Category: Yellowstone Daily Blog

Celebrating the Wild in Yellowstone

Eco-friendly, custom photography tours of Yellowstone

  A photography tour in Yellowstone with us will be one of those special days in the park you will remember always. Why hire a guide to show you around…
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Before your tour

What you need to know ahead of time   These photography and wildlife tours will be geared towards photographers of all skill levels and will be custom designed for the individual.…
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Wolf Documentaries in France and Germany

During most of 2017 and until April 15 of 2018, I had the privilege of providing stock footage for two wolf documentaries that will be airing on ARTE - France/German…
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Publications in the Washington Post

Writing about and photographing wildlife is my passion but I did not know that until later on in my life.  Once the bug caught, I could not let it go.…
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Running Bear

It was kind of a luxury day beginning with opening my eyes to early morning and clear blue skies, only to decide to shut them again.  Many, many hours of…
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Wolf Prints in the Thermals

Day two of the Yellowstone season opener was just as exciting and adventurous as day one, and it ended on a perfect note, with this brand new bison calf near…
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All who wander are not lost

I look forward to opening day in Yellowstone during every day of the winter season.  That moment when I get to leave the Northern Range and venture south to Old…
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Canyon Pack White Female Wolf has Died at age 12

The end of an Era The White Lady of Yellowstone, alpha female of the Canyon pack with her leading man, 712M (originally of the Mollies pack) was a legend in…
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One Morning in Yellowstone During one morning in Yellowstone, this past weekend, I encountered the circle of life - from death of the elderly due to natural causes, to the…
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I saw a buttercup!

We are on the threshold of spring here in Yellowstone.  The snow is melting quickly, leaving a lot of bland brown with budding green grasses emerging from the surface.  It…
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Success! At last.

    Once again I arrived in Lamar Valley just after 5 a.m.  But, this morning, all was dark.  The moon was behind the clouds and all I could make…
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The Art of Waiting

It is the art of patience and being willing to lose that takes front and center in my photography life in Yellowstone. For the past two mornings I have left…
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Entering the Secret World of Wolves

Recently, I spent an entire afternoon hiking around the Lamar den hill.  The area was re-opened to the public several weeks ago, after it was determined that the Lamar Canyons…
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The Wapiti and Mollies, possible union/take over

The act of dispersing is a dangerous one for wolves, because, ultimately, they will be out looking for a mate and territory.  Most often, the male disperser will attempt to…
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The Fox Den

Traveling the backroads of the Yellowstone Eco-system, looking for treasures to share with you means that internet connection is sketchy and mostly non-existent.  I can see that in future years…
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