Seemed common but often hid in rocks. Their call is very cute, as is their overall character.
Another common squirrel of Colorado. I saw them at just about every location I went to in Colorado. They are very vocal and often alert you of their presence by calling.
Very common species in Estes Park and the surrounding Rocky Mountains as a whole. They often walk right up to you, begging for food.
One of dozens that I saw that day. Very common up above the treeline, wandering around eating plants. Allowed for close approach and extended views. Very fun to watch.
Sub alpine forest area
In the sub-alpine forest area
in the sub alpine forests
Was told this was brown trout but not really sure.
Chipmunks were very friendly at the top of the mountain when we took a break to eat our snacks. They would crawl all over you trying to grab your food but you are not suppose to feed them.
Elk rutting on side of the road
Looks as if the bird has a nest on Ramshorn Mountain.
Buck wapiti with many females in harem. Much bugling .
Found in Rocky Mountain National Park, just across from the cub lake trailhead in moraine valley