Tuesday, May 8, 2012
We have a new section on our website that's all about Birds of the Idaho Panhandle. Check it out for information on the kinds of birds you might see, and a little about the area as well.
The image above is from 1905. It is a mounted Ruffed Grouse. The ruffed Grouse is very common in the panhandle. For birders or even hunters, you will find grouse, quail and duck in abundance.
Please check out our article here if you are interested in birding in the area. The whole of the panhandle is set up for tourists. There are camping sites everywhere along the many rivers, lakes and creeks as well as in the bush. There is no shortage of water in N. IDaoh. It's a great place for birders, hunters, wildlife enthusiasts, boaters and fisher's.