Month: June 2015

Bears – No Wolves

Raspberry and that white faced cub have been the biggest show in town.  Photographers are returning to the park just to photograph the new family.  One of the rangers told…
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A Monster From the Deep

Well they aren't really monsters but I guess the top photo kind of looks like it unless you really like insects and/or you enjoy fly fishing. All of the photos…
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The Last Shot

Every photographic adventure comes with its last shot. Most are unremarkable. Some are worth keeping. But last summer, my last shot in Jasper was also my best. Jill and I -…
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The Wapitis!

It was a high drama morning with the Wapiti alphas.  Most certainly one of those days well worth just watching, even though some photos, or better photos would have been…
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Odds and Ends From the Last Couple of Months

I’ve been going through my footage looking for some specific clips and, as usual let myself get side tracked. I found a few things I would like you to see…
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Patience George

    Must be the warm weather and the amazing array of wildflowers that makes it feel like it is already August.  Well, that and the big crowds.  Last year…
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Bear cubs and Grouse

Well, it has been quite an interesting few days, to say the least.  Temporary lifestyle changes, cute bear cubs and massive numbers of park visitors. Park visitation is up 25%…
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Howling for Life

(It occurs to me that this page has many new fans who have not heard the story about how I came to be living outside of the North Entrance to Yellowstone…
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Elk Island National Park: The most remarkable sunset

With the summer fading, Jill and I said our goodbyes to the mountains - and my telephoto lens - and began the trek home to Toronto. To ease our transition…
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The Last of the Tetons for a While

As I’ve mentioned before the main reason we went to the Tetons recently was to film foxes and we were lucky enough to do that. But we also found some…
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6/18/2015 Scarface, Storms and Wolves

The storms that have graced us nearly every afternoon while in the wilds of Yellowstone, have had the strength of cleansing, refreshing and renewal.  The grasses are alive in a…
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Wolves, bears, swans and grouse

Today was one of those days when there was a lot going on but not much of that a lot involved taking photos.  And, so I kind of spent my…
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Beaver Creek Foxes

As I mentioned in my last post we spent last week in the Tetons, mostly watching foxes. The second den we visited was in the employee residence area south of…
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Dreams do come true!

Hi everyone! First, let me say how good it feels to be back on line.  The site being down was quite the ordeal but we persevered and are on the…
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Cross Foxes in the Tetons

Before I tell you about the Teton cross foxes I want you to know something. Deby has been working super hard to get the Yellowstone Daily back up. She has…
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