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Wildlife watching and paddling in Idaho's Northern Panhandle August 22, 2012

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Wildlife watching and paddling in Idaho's Northern Panhandle August 22, 2012 TheNewsTribune.com
... Getting to Upper Priest Lake ... at the base of 7,600-foot Selkirk Mountain peaks, is an easy paddle. Canoeists and kayakers launch from the white, sandy beaches of the Lionhead unit of Priest Lake State Park and paddle about a half-mile across the large lake... The area is known for moose, and everyone wants to see one along the waterway. Look closely, you might also see a whitetailed deer, bear or bald eagle.



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