Christmas Eve #MomentofChill: O Holy Night

Our final #MomentofChill is from Trey Mullen of Brush Creek Ranch and features the incredible heavens over Wyoming’s Snowy Range. Medicine Bow Peak is the the highest peak in the Snowys, a part of the Medicine Bow Mountains, west of . . .

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#MomentofChill 12.23.19: Murmuration

Here is your daily #MomentofChill, shot by Dylan Winter, features one of nature’s more incredible spectacles—a murmuration of starlings. Make sure you have the sound up for this one! When hundreds or . . .

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#MomentofChill 12.20.19: Gnawing in the Sun

Imagine that the only thing you had to do today was lie in the sun and chew on your favorite stick. Todays #MomentofChill–from Trey Mullen of Brush Creek Ranch–stars a young puppy in that very situation. Doesn’t he look content? And, oh, those eyes!

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#MomentofChill 12.19.19: Supreme Confidence

Although large brown trout feed mostly on baitfish and insect larvae, they will come to the surface when there is a sizable insect hatch. You can tell how confident this fish is by the way it stays near the. . .

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#MomentofChill 12.18.19: Brown-Bear Pool Party

Today’s #momentofchill is from Cory Luoma of Fly Out Media, featuring some Alaskan brown bears enjoying a dip on a sunny day. Notice the sockeye salmon breaking the surface in the foreground, and don’t you . . .

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#MomentofChill: First Snow

Today’s #MomentofChill video comes from Trey Mullen of Brush Creek Ranch and One Reel Media House, and it features two gorgeous pups experiencing their first snow. They don’t know why, but it feels like home. . . .

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#MomentofChill: Clear-Water Beauty

Here is your Monday morning #MomentofChill, shot by Pat Clayton (a.k.a. the Fish Eye Guy) and starring a gorgeous brook trout finning in absolutely clear water. Among the world’s most beautiful freshwater fish, . . .

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#MomentofChill: Visions of Sugar Plums

Today’s Moment of Chill is perhaps the chillest of them all. Who wouldn’t want to be napping in front of a roaring fire on an incredibly comfortable bed. We hope you have some moments of your own like this over the weekend. . . .

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#MomentofChill: Little Drummer Boy

Male ruffed grouse “drum” in springtime as a way to establish territory and to attract females. Although it looks as if the sound is caused by the bird’s wings hitting its chest, the sound actually comes from small sonic booms. The wings beat up to five . . .

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