Today's featured Denali National Park species is the Snowshoe hare. These guys, like the Ptarmigan in the previous post, are all along the road mostly in the late evening and early morning. As you can see they are in a changing color phase from all winter white into a gray rusty brown for the summer. Snowshoes get their name due to their large hind feet and the track they leave in the snow. I have a hare that meets me just about every morning outside my cabin.