From email 2/28: "Photo attached of a natural avalanche from yesterday, just south of Cooke City. It's on an E, NE aspect, with a crown around 9,300'. Looks like it occurred yesterday am, as a result of a cornice fall.
Additionally we observed quite a few natural, point release avalanches on mid elevation easterly aspects yesterday too. Lots of sunshine, and temperatures in the valley bottom slightly above freezing yesterday.
Overall we didn't find the fresh wind drifts to be too widespread though."