Category: Bears

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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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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Back and Forth – between Yellowstone and Teton

My camping season got off to a rough start this year, with clogged pipes at home forcing me to a campground before things were ready, and then a landlord arriving…
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My Time with 399 and Snowy

Last Monday morning I awoke in my tent, shivering just a bit from the chill in the air, before sunrise.  The light of the full moon lit up Signal Mountain…
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The Death of Snowy

Due to slow internet, I can not get photos uploaded. As most of you know, 399's beautiful cub of the year, Snowy, was hit and killed by a car Sunday…
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399 and Snowy

Originally, I meant to spend a night in the Tetons and then continue south to the Great Sand Basin National park, but I caught 399 fever and really wanted to…
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Quad Mom’s Wound is Healing

The sky was clear blue this morning, meaning bad light for photography, so I decided to stay in and get some more work done.  And then I got a message…
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A Good Day for Watching Wildlife

Not everyday in Yellowstone is meant for photography, because there is so much more about the park than clicking a shutter. One of the most important decisions I made last…
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Raspberry and Snow!

Another long spring day in Yellowstone, with mostly blue skies, warmer temperatures and an endless breeze.  On my way home tonight there was only one word that kept repeating itself…
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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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Bear Encounter in the Back Country

Once again the morning began with Rosie.  She was hanging out beside the road, while her cubs were up a tree on the other side, and I lucked into a…
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Itty Bitty Black Bears

Headed into the park early this morning in the red glow of sunrise, just for a day in the park.  My only certain plan was a hike and the rest…
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Moose Monday

Today, snowy, cold and windy and a landscape of partial white, began as most do for me in Yellowstone, with the wolves. The three Mollies, and a fourth that possibly…
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The Cinnamon Cubs

The black bear that I like to call "Picnic," because she is often at the Yellowstone Picnic area, came out last year with two cute little cinnamon colored cubs and…
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Quad Mom!

Gosh, it has been such a long day, I can scarcely remember how it began.  Seeing friends, lost of them. Out in Lamar Valley, we looked for the Lamar Canyons…
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