Month: June 2014

Emigrant, Montana

by Judy Lehmberg, BioPics Photography, www.vernelehmberg.com Emigrant, Montana is the only town between Gardiner, Montana on the north side of the park and Livingston, Montana 52 miles north. It is…
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I found wolves!

The morning began with thick, impenetrable fog and so I went to Slough Creek and struggled with the internet for a little while before deciding to move on.  The big…
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Trying to do the right thing, heart in the right place and truly caring for the wildlife

To be entirely honest with you, there are days when I wish that I could view wildlife and nature as something to sell rather than something that needs protecting.  Because,…
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Roles Reversed In The Bird World

by Judy Lehmberg, BioPics Photography, www.vernelehmberg.com I love Yellowstone. I have spent most of the last 40 summers in Yellowstone and now we are here about 6 months a year.…
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Big Horn Baby Is One Tough Little Guy

by Judy Lehmberg, BioPics Photography, www.vernelehmberg.com You probably know this is baby time in Yellowstone. Many of the bison babies were born almost 2 months ago and most of the…
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Wolves! At last! With Puppies! And our Valley Girl seen again

I don't have any new photos to show you, except a grainy one of Spitfire taken in the rain today.  Actually had a nice video of her but it vanished…
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Seven Reasons to slow down between Roosevelt and Mt. Washburn

A couple of evenings ago I was driving through another bison (people) jam to get to my trailer when I heard about an accident involving a black bear near Calcite…
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Some Days You Win, Some You Loose

by Judy Lehmberg, BioPics Photography, www.vernelehmberg.com I went to collect mayflies with my husband on Henry's Fork of the Snake River last Saturday. It took us about 3 hours to…
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Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout

by Judy Lehmberg, BioPics Photography, www.vernelehmberg.com There are several species of trout in the United States but the only one that is native to Yellowstone is the Yellowstone cutthroat trout.…
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Lost Lake Trail

As summer kicks into gear in Yellowstone, the interesting animal sightings begin to fade and I take to the trails in search of something new to tell you about this…
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Story of mama bear, three little bears and the rangers

As many of you know, I have been spending a lot of time with Rosie and her three cubs near Tower this spring, hoping to capture the perfect cute cub…
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It’s Green Drake Time!!

by Judy Lehmberg, BioPics Photography, www.vernelehmberg.com The fly fishers in the crowd will already know about green drakes and what fun they are. Green drakes are a type of mayfly…
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A big thank you!

  A big thank you to everyone who has joined The Yellowstone Daily and to Judy for her wonderful stories and photographs.  We have gone beyond 100 members and are…
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Flowers of Yellowstone – What’s Blooming Now?

by Judy Lehmberg, BioPics Photography. www.vernelehmberg.com It has been a fairly wet spring in Yellowstone and the plants are loving it. You can look at mountainsides from a distance and…
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Saving the pronghorn fawn from the big bad bear mama and her cubs

Wow, simply another incredible day in Yellowstone.  Many people are able to plan their days but that never works for me and so I just go with the flow and…
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