Expedition: Lake Diana

The Wilderness Ranger and I spent an overnight trip at Lake Diana to monitor a hunting camp and to conduct invasive and sensitive plant surveys.

We did extensive clean up of a camp site near the eastern shore of the lake, including trash collection, line removal and consolidating multiple fire rings into one site.

We hiked up from the eastern shore to the snow line on the ridge overlooking the Salmon Lake valley. No invasive or sensitive plants were seen. The most notable feature of the vegetation was the presence of several native Mtn Ash trees.

Notable bird sightings: American Pipits, Red-Tailed Hawks

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