Month: May 2016

The Variety of Yellowstone – Bears to Birds and much in Between

The past couple of days in Yellowstone have been a whirlwind of activity and bountiful demonstration of the diversity of this amazing eco-system.  So much to tell, I hardly know…
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Little Marmots and lots of Grizzlies

Some more baby cuteness brought to you from Yellowstone! Hope you are smiling on this Sunday as we near the end of our Memorial Day weekend. Betting that there were…
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Saying Goodbye to Twin and Mottled – Heartaches for the Lamar Canyons

Saying goodbye to two more members of the Lamar Canyon pack, Twin, the alpha male, and Mottled, the beta male, is long overdue. Truth be told, every time someone asks…
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A baby popped out – geese, bears, bison and frogs

Before heading to Lamar Valley this morning, I stopped at Calcite and spent about two minutes with a nice looking black bear boar.  He seemed to be on a mission,…
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More Bear Babies!

Just spent two wonderful days in Grand Teton National Park watching 399 and 610 with their youngsters.  Not as much of 399 as I would have liked but  both her…
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Starlight in Lamar!

Spent most of the day in Lamar, watching the bison carcass in hopes of bears and wolves coming in.  I did end up missing the wolves and bears together at…
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Spring is Time for Bear Cubs! Free Print Giveaway.

Print giveaway details at the bottom of post. [caption id="attachment_7303" align="aligncenter" width="3638"] Cub on a Rock[/caption] This beautiful sow had a yearling cub in tow last spring, the only survivor…
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