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Yellow glacier lilies bloom along a hillside in the Bitterroot National Forest on Sunday afternoon. Mule deer typically enjoy eating this early spring foliage and its roots are an important and preferred food for grizzly bears.

Image credit: photo by Cathrine L. Walters

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