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Pelicans with landscape
May 24, 2019

Day 1 pelicans with landscape

Day 1 pelicans with landscape
Pelicans overhead
May 24, 2019

Day 1 pelicans overhead

Day 1 pelicans overhead
Day 1 pelicans and stormy weather
May 24, 2019

Pelicans and storms

Day 1 pelicans and stormy weather
Day 1 rafts on Green River
May 24, 2019

Rafts

Day 1 rafts on Green River
Day 1 bald eagle in nest on Green River
May 24, 2019

Eagle

Day 1 bald eagle in nest on Green River
Day 1 USGS Rusty Sherman on raft
May 31, 2019

Rusty on raft

Day 1 USGS Rusty Sherman on raft
Day 1 panorama with rafts A
May 31, 2019

Panorama with rafts

Day 1 panorama with rafts A
This color photograph shows Janis holding a dark blue and white USGS flag up in the wind while Tom eats his sandwich.
May 25, 2019

Lunchtime underway, with USGS flag

HydroTech Janis LeMaster raises the USGS flag and Expedition Leader Tom Minckley eats his lunch as the SCREE boats are towed down the Flaming Gorge Reservoir (May 25th, 2019).
Day 1 panorama with rafts A
May 24, 2019

Panorama with rafts

Day 1 panorama with rafts A
180 degree panorama photograph with water in the foreground, rock formations in the middle, and a partly cloudy sky above.
May 25, 2019

Panorama shot from upper Flaming Gorge reservoir

Panorama photo of Flaming Gorge Reservoir (May 25th, 2019).
Color photograph showing a laminated Paper Powell on the left side foreground, water and rock formations in the background
May 25, 2019

Paper Powell at Flaming Gorge Reservoir

Paper Powell, making an appearance on a hill overlooking the Flaming Gorge Reservoir, near the site of SCREE's second camp (May 25th, 2019).
Color photograph looking down on SCREE's second camp, with boats, kithcen area, and tents surrounded by shrubs, small trees
May 25, 2019

Overlooking SCREE's second camp

Overlooking SCREE's second camp, on the shore of Flaming Gorge Reservoir. In addition to the 5 SCREE boats, the University of Wyoming research vessel that towed the Expedition down 70 miles of man-made lake is beached for the evening (May 25th, 2019).