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Parnassius eversmanni SSP pinkensis

 

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To find out more about our efforts to make Pink Mountain an Ecological Reserve, please contact Ron Long for more information:

Ron Long

604-469-1651

rlphoto[at]shaw.ca

 

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Ron Long has just returned from a two week expedition to Pink Mountain, where he was able to photograph, catalog and map the positions of plant species on the summit plateau. Ron describes the wildflowers this year as being "spectacular".

 

 Images of Pink Mountain

Photographs by Ron Long

                                                         

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The East side of Pink Mountain from Pink Mountan Road

 

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A curtain of rain across the valley of the Halfway River. A common sight from Pink Mountain

 

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 Looking North along the steep West side of Pink Mountain

 

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    The view to the north-east across Lily Lake from Pink Mountain     

 

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   Looking north-west along the valley of Two-bit Creek from Pink Mountain

 

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 The East side of Pink Mountain  seen from the Alaska Highway

 

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  The west side of Pink Mountain seen from the valley of the Halfway River

 

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The west side of Pink Mountain seen from the valley of the halfway River

 

 

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 A Pink Mountain view to the west

 

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Ravens in the mist on Pink Mountain

 

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A Pink Mountain Christmas in July #1

 

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 A Pink Mountain Christmas in July #2

 

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 The Marmot population on Pink Mountain is still threatened by 'sport' hunting. These tame animals are our most urgent conservation issue.

 

                                                                          

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The west side of Pink Mountain as seen from the valley of the Halfway River. 

               Visable is the July 2002 landslide that carried 1,000,000 cubic meters of rock two kilometers down the mountainside

 

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Mature bull Caribou are rarely seen on Pink Mountain but they are there as evidenced by this shed antler.

Photo by Anna

 

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 Wild Woodland Caribou are seen on Pink Mountain almost daily

 

 

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 July 11 on Pink Mountain

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 Tundra plants have to be tough - and that is what makes them so interesting

 

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 The dramatic view west from Pink mountain

 

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 Fall color on Pink Mountain. Dwarf Willow and Alpine Bearberry turn deep red by the end of August.

 

 

 

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