Month: January 2015

What does the fox say? Not much, as it turns out.

Sorry for getting 'What does the fox say?' song in your head. And I appreciate you moving past the bad headline and shameless trolling for web site hits: you're in…
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Mating Season hits Wolf World

After last night's mishap with the firewood, I nearly did not go into the park today.  Got up at my usual time and made myself go back to bed until…
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Our Moose play with the Photographers

Those of us who are photographing wildlife in Yellowstone this winter are quite embarrassed by our small bull moose and so only photograph the guys when we are hard up…
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Geysers, Bacteria and You

If you have spent any time around the thermal features in Yellowstone you will have noticed many of them are bordered by a variety of colors. Each color is characteristic…
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Meal time

Warm day in yellowstone, after a day of snow fall yesterday.  Been some crazy winter weather with not enough snow and very few very cold days.  Nice for standing out…
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This and That in Yellowstone

Well, the wolf action sure did die down!  Yesterday we saw the Junction Buttes a million miles away, as they ran along a cornice at skyline.  They look beautiful up…
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The Chase: Pine Marten

The Chase: Pine Marten. Pine Martens are beautiful, fierce and elusive. They're also also my nemesis. If truth be told, I have a few wildlife nemeses. As a photographer, I'm driven by…
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Nature’s Secrets

  Seems that so often in life we are looking for the big things that are right out there in front of our face.  And, indeed, in photography so many…
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Broad-tailed Hummingbirds

One of our favorite places to hangout or eat a good dinner with wine when we are in the Tetons is Doran’s. Doran’s is very close to the Snake River…
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Mom and Dad are back!

I must have driven into the park in a daze this morning because when Rick pulled up beside me and told me that all 8 were down the road, it…
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The Lost Pups

Well, the temps have warmed considerably but the wind and humidity make it feel even colder.  Funny how that works.  Sitting here at the computer where I have been working…
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Well fought, sir. Well fought.

For those that have enjoyed an early spring morning in Yellowstone's Hayden Valley, you'll know what I mean when I say that it is a remarkable place, where anything can…
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Who are all of these wolves?

  As always, the morning began by looking for the Lamar Canyons but it wasn't even sunrise when Rick told me that he was moving on because we did not…
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An Ungulate landscape sort of day

We began today at 13 degrees below zero!  Yes, beyond cold.  Particularly when I was out there photographing the newest wolf prints alongs side the road in Soda Butte Valley.…
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William’s Sapsuckers

It’s wintertime and I am in Texas missing Yellowstone. We will be back there in April but in the mean time I will have to console myself with memories of…
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