Another perspective on this lovely falls at Big Sky Montana. The canyon is carved by the South and West Forks of the Gallatin River (say that fast)...
Ouzel Falls is named after the water ouzel (called both ouZel and ouSel). These small, slate-grey colored birds, also known as American dippers, are known for bobbing, or "dipping", along the rocks around fast moving streams, and diving under water in search of food. Once below the surface of the water the dippers forage by either walking along the stream bottom, or by "flying" through the water, using their wings to propel themselves through the swift currents.
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