Second Anniversity of My Blog

Two years ago this month I started this blog with a trip to Yellowstone.  It seems fitting that I am in Yellowstone now.  This is my favorite time to be in Yellowstone.  I saw 14 black bears today, not counting repeats.  Four were spring cubs.  No grizzlies yet though.

Unfortunately, my laptop is has something wrong with it.  Not a good sign and not a good time for this to happen.

Below is a photo of what is probably Yellowstone’s most famous area from a wildlife standpoint.  The photo shows a small part of the west end of the Lamar Valley.  The valley is sometimes referred to as America’s Serengeti because of the sweeping vistas showing large numbers of wildlife.  Numerous bison are visible. There may be some smaller animals in there as well.  The valley has been the best place to spot wolves among other things.

Hopefully, this laptop will remain alive until my trip ends.

Bison Herd Across the Lamar River

The Lamar Valley, America’s Serengeti

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About Jim Coda

I am a nature photographer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. I specialize in photos of birds, mammals, and landscapes.
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6 Responses to Second Anniversity of My Blog

  1. Doug B. says:

    Jim,
    Comgratulations on your second anniversary! As a fellow nature lover and photographer I always look forward to your next post. Looks like you are thoroughly enjoying Yellowstone. I look forward to going someday. Keep up the good work. 🙂
    Cheers,
    Doug

  2. Steve Creek says:

    Congrats on the 2 year anniversity!

  3. Ken Peterson says:

    Concrats on your second year with your blog…I am glad to see you post pixs of Yellowstone and happy for you that this year has been so productive, no guarantees up there. We haven’t been back since the last time we saw you up there. Take care and enjoy your time.

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