Month: October 2015

A study in wildlife silhouettes

A funny thing happened last spring. I had a bunch of old slides scanned so I would have content for our now retired feature, Throwback Thursdays. In looking through my…
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Raspberry and Snow

  Without question the stars of Yellowstone this Fall are the grizzly bears known as Raspberry and Snow, hanging out towards the east entrance. Raspberry is an 8 year old…
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The Great Gray

Only six more days left in the 2015 season of Yellowstone and being able to drive south of Mammoth.  Beginning next Monday I will be confined to the Northern Range…
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Yellowstone Grizzlies of Late Fall

As Deby said in her most recent post Yellowstone is closing down, most of the visitors have gone home and it is wonderful! She called me one evening when she…
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What a Bear!

We are in the final hours and days of the 2015 season in Yellowstone and the mad rush is on to take in everything wonderful that the park has to…
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Change in the Tetons

We recently went to the Tetons for 10 days. The main reason we were there was to attend the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. But we still found plenty of…
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Rare Bird in Yellowstone!

Recently, I had the privilege of seeing and photographing this Burrowing Owl, which is considered a rare bird sighting in Yellowstone. Over the years I have seen wonderful photos of…
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Another year with old Scarface

If there is one animal that is a metaphor for all that is wild in Yellowstone, it's the iconic Scarface. As I've written before, I've known this old grizzly from when…
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