What I Saw in Glacier

ByEllen Horowitz


Explore Glacier—its wildlife, history, glaciers and more—and keep track of the things you see in the park. See how much you can check off—and have fun looking and learning. Then take this book home to share your Glacier National Park experience with family, friends, and classmates.

This guide is packed with:

  • color photos to help you identify
  • lively descriptions
  • fun "guess what" factoids
  • precise "where to see it" directions

Format: Paperback
Size: 9 x 8.5 inches
ISBN: 978-1-60639-099-3
Author: Ellen Horowitz
Pages: 48

An outdoor educator whose career spans more than 35 years, Ellen Horowitz teaches preschoolers to adults about the wildflowers and wildlife of the Rocky Mountains. Montana Audubon has honored her with their Educator of the Year Award for her work as a natural history instructor at Flathead Valley Community College, the Glacier Institute and Road Scholar. In addition, she has received awards for her magazine writing from Outdoor Writers Association of America and the National Wildlife Federation. What I Saw in Glacier is her first book. Ellen lives on a farm in Columbia Falls, Montana, with her husband, their Australian cattle dog and six mules.

Christopher Cauble grew up in Montana, where he began his passion for photography by exploring the mountains with a 35mm film camera passed down from his parents. After graduating from the University of Montana, he became a freelance photographer working mostly in Montana and Yellowstone National Park. His work has been featured in magazines and books, includingYellowstone: A Land of Wild and WonderA Montana Journal, and the popular children’s book, What I Saw In Yellowstone. Cauble is also a nature cinematographer and his videos have been published on many national and international news sites and television programs. He lives in Livingston, Montana. His work can be found at chriscauble.co and on social media.

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