Month: June 2015

Bears – No Wolves

[caption id="attachment_5605" align="aligncenter" width="1000"] Raspberry and dark cub[/caption] Raspberry and that white faced cub have been the biggest show in town.  Photographers are returning to the park just to photograph…
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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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Howling for Life

[caption id="attachment_5512" align="aligncenter" width="1000"] A wild wolf known as "Twin," in Yellowstone National Park[/caption] (It occurs to me that this page has many new fans who have not heard the…
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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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In memory of my (elk) friend

Jasper National Park is one of the great places in the world to photograph elk - particularly bull elk with massive racks. Unfortunately, Jasper also has a highway - and…
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“It is about the animals, not the people.”

[caption id="attachment_5420" align="aligncenter" width="1000"] One wild wolf's thoughts on humans who are not willing to work together[/caption] “It is about the animals, not the people.” (Recently, someone told me that…
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Beware of badgers in dark culverts

Last summer, while in Jackson Hole for work, Jill and I enjoyed the American Independence Day long weekend with a quick trip to Idaho's Sawtooth Valley, guided by my colleague…
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Lamar Canyon Yearling Poached in Gardiner, Montana

  [caption id="attachment_5412" align="aligncenter" width="1000"] Happier Days[/caption] Lamar Canyon yearling male poached in Gardiner, MT According the Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks site, “Poaching is a growing problem, one that…
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