This yellow rumped warbler visited us at our campsite every morning and evening. I chose this picture because it displays its namesake best. I'm lucky to live in Alaska and see this bird at its best. From Allaboutbirds:
"Though the color palette is subdued all winter, you owe it to yourself to seek these birds out on their spring migration or on their breeding grounds. Spring molt brings a transformation, leaving them a dazzling mix of bright yellow, charcoal gray and black, and bold white."
Another campground visitor, the robin seems almost out of place in this huge, wild, northern national park. It should be on a lawn somewhere pulling out worms.
This bufflehead was in the same pond. From Audubon:
"The name "Bufflehead" is derived from "buffalo-head," for the male's odd puffy head shape."
A white crowned sparrow.
The willow ptarmigan is the Alaska state bird. It's shedding its white winter plumage for its summer browns.
A golden eagle hunts along a mountain ridge. Their wingspans go up to seven feet.