Glacier Nat Park

<1goat, sheep, & elk in Glacier

<2> Mountain goat - 雪羊(學名Oreamnos americanus),也叫落磯山羊 - wiki

<3> Reindeer (Rangifer tarandus) - Known as caribou in North America - info-1   Woodland caribou spp. caribou adult male with shed antlers

<4> The moose (North America) or Eurasian elk (Europe) (Alces alces) is the largest extant species in the deer family. Moose are distinguished by the palmate antlers of the males; other members of the family have antlers with a dendritic ("twig-like") configuration. 


North American Elk (Cervus elaphus) ?  or (Cervus canadensis) - wiki
western red deer  (Cervus elaphus) - in Europe -  wiki

So Moose is Eurasian Elk.  North American Elk is the "North American Red Deer", a different species from Western Red Deer. [But until recently, western red deer and NA elk were considered to be one species, Cervus elaphus.]    

<6> itinerary:  or doc

<7> 17-Year Old Harlequin Duck Identified in Glacier - Upper McDonald Creek is considered an important breeding stream for harlequin ducks, comprising 25% of known broods produced in Montana. The area also has the highest density of breeding harlequins in the lower 48 states. Glacier National Park has approximately 40 pairs of harlequins in the park. 

<8> Photo found on Web
          Harlequin Duck-1
          A pair of Harlequin Ducks negotiates a tumbling creek in Glacier National Park, Montana. These ducks are so rare that, in the park, there are about twice as many grizzly bears as Harlequins.
          Behind the lens
          I spent years studying Harlequins, but I seldom carried a camera during that time. So now when I return to photograph them, I find it surprisingly hard to create an image that really shows what being a Harlequin Duck is all about.  Finally, this photograph tells their story. Harlequins are all about clear, cold, churning water. They are sea ducks that migrate inland to nest along rumbling creeks and streams.