Month: December 2014

Busting Loose in Yellowstone

Burrrrr!  Cold.  Eighteen degrees when I left home and 1 degree in Lamar Valley where, once again the Lamar Canyons held our attention for hours and hours. Apparently, Rick arrived…
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Christmas in Yellowstone

Christmas day in Yellowstone, is of course just like any other day for the animals that roam the park.  Except today met new challenges with several inches of new snow…
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Merry Christmas Everyone

The Yellowstone Daily is taking a couple of days off to enjoy the fresh snow, Yellowstone, good food and the wolves.  See you soon.  In the meantime, enjoy a few…
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Death in Nature

Whenever I see one of the grand old bulls of Yellowstone, struggling through their final days, my heart breaks as if it were happening to one of my best friends.…
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Lamar Canyons steal through the early, snowy morning & MOOSE

Leaving one pup behind to howl and howl and howl because it was afraid to cross the road with all of the people watching close by. I arrived in Soda…
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Hungry Pups

This morning everyone was crowded in at Elk Creek looking for Junction, 911's group and one Prospect, so I would say that things are far from settling down. The GPS…
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Quiet Day in the Park

Lucky me, I found my favorite eagle once again, hanging out on the Gardner River, looking for fish.  This was yesterday, late afternoon, and as I sat there the sun…
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Wild Dog World

It has been a few wild days in Yellowstone - long days of watching the wolf activity, including the collaring, but with very few real photo ops. The temperatures have…
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Sandhill Cranes Migrate the Same Way We Do

We spent a month at Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, New Mexico, in part of October and November of this year on our way home from Yellowstone. Today I…
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Collaring the Wolves in Yellowstone

My day got off to a great start when I spied this black wolf resting on a rock, far across a field of sagebrush.  Got to love those black wolves…
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Wolf Drama

When I left the park yesterday the Junction Buttes had traveled south, out of sight and the Prospect Peak were still bedded close by. I wondered what would happen during…
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Turn on the Lights

After days and days of bad light and no great photo ops, I finally rushed home tonight, to look at images!  What a good feeling to get all excited again…
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Eagle on Gardner River

The quest for the great wildlife photo, taken in Yellowstone National Park, has been a difficult endeavor, to say the least. For months now there has been very little to…
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There is a Whole Other World Out There

Most of us don’t pay attention to the things we can’t see. And that really is pretty logical. But over the years I have learned that if you go on…
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Giraffes Look So Graceful and Gentle, But . . . .

We love watching giraffes in Africa. They are so graceful especially when they are walking, but also when they are standing or eating or even when they are fighting. It…
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