Idaho lies in the Rocky Mountains of the Pacific Northwest, with its northernmost edge bordering Canada. The proximity of the Pacific Ocean tempers the extremes of the seasons, especially in the western part of this L-shaped state. Yet, from its northern panhandle to its southern valleys, Idaho showcases the dramatic extremes of nature.

A rare experience for birdwatchers is a winter visit to Lake Coeur d'Alene, in Northern Idaho. Peaking in mid-December, a growing concentration of bald eagles comes to feed on kokanee salmon en route to spawning grounds.

Sports enthusiasts and nature lovers flock to the southwestern and central portions of the state. Internationally renowned Bald Mountain is…

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