Month: July 2014

The Narrow Escape

Wow, what a morning it was in Yellowstone!  Still no photo ops for me but the action was non-stop from the minute that I entered the park through the NE…
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Bad Luck for the Ospreys – again

  You may or may not know that the dead tree in Lamar Canyon that has held osprey chicks for the past two summers toppled in the high winds a…
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Evening on the Beartooth

My plan was to go up to the Beartooth first thing this morning but when I got back from Cody yesterday afternoon I thought that it might also be good…
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The Osprey – A Unique Bird

While we were in Ennis, Montana a few days ago we found more ospreys nesting than any other place we have ever seen. All of them were nesting on artificial…
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Ennis Foxes

We recently went to Ennis, Montana, about 70 miles northwest of Yellowstone, for a couple of days. We haven’t been there for a number of years and I had forgotten…
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Bison Madness

  For the past several weeks I have been coveting the previous display of wildflowers in Yellowstone, spending hour upon hour sitting near the most beautiful flowers and hoping for…
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Web Worms I’ve Known and Loved

OK, I know this one is weird, even for me, but I do love these guys, except when they are eating the leaves on my trees. Although we now spend…
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The Closer You Look . . .

Yellowstone is home to several species of orchids. One of the most common in moist areas is the bog orchid. My husband loves to photograph flowers. After he took several…
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Beary good morning in Hayden

I had not seen a moose in Yellowstone for quite awhile, despite several sightings in the Elk Creek area of a cow and calf and of a pretty nice bull,…
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Finally getting to spend time with the Canyon Pack

I have never spent a whole lot of time in Canyon, or Hayden, except for in the fall right before the park is set to close and in the spring…
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My Last Day at Trout Lake in 2014

I was really lucky this year and got one of three permits to film fish underwater at Trout Lake in the northeast corner of the park. The permit allowed me…
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A Strange Evening

My husband has had a stomach virus and I needed to get some computer work done so we stayed home most of today. But this evening we got cabin fever…
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Challenging times and eking out the best of the moments

  Yellowstone has been kind of rough these days with record numbers of visitors, numerous vehicle/bison collisions and the occasional bison dying far enough away from the road that gives…
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Nelson’s Spring Creek

by Judy Lehmberg, BioPics Photography, www.vernelehmberg.com (25% off sale of all photos until midnight tonight if you use the code “4000likes” without the quotation marks) I’ve told you about Armstrong’s…
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Armstrong’s Spring Creek Part 2

by Judy Lehmberg, BioPics Photography, www.vernelehmberg.com (25% off sale of all photos through Sunday if you use the code “4000likes” without the quotation marks) I don't have much information to…
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