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Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout

by Judy Lehmberg, BioPics Photography, www.vernelehmberg.com [caption id="attachment_1439" align="aligncenter" width="1045"] Male Cutthroat Trout[/caption] There are several species of trout in the United States but the only one that is native…
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Mr and Mrs Fox

[caption id="attachment_919" align="aligncenter" width="1045"] Mr and Mrs Fox[/caption] A year ago today we met what became known as the “Yellowstone Picnic Area foxes.” Most animals are very wary of humans,…
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Flickers Return to Yellowstone

Flicker While photographing the three moose yesterday morning, this Flicker came and landed in a very artistic tree and posed for me for a few minutes. He has that faint…
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Mountain Bluebird on snow covered sagebrush

  One of the many delights of Spring in Yellowstone is the return of the Mountain Bluebird.  One day, while driving through the park, one might suddenly see hundreds of…
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Wild Wolves of Yellowstone

            Research Wolf, 755M has become the Casanova of Yellowstone Yellowstone National Park provides visitors with the unusual opportunity of watching wolves in the wild.…
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