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Puma, Torres del Paine National Park

This is the same female puma I posted recently.  She napped a lot and occasionally yawned.  Life is good for pumas in Torres del Paine National Park. Advertisements

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Badger Cubs, Yellowstone National Park

I spent  lot of time photographing these badger cubs and their mom in the spring of 2014.  I kept waiting for all three of them to show their faces to the camera and do something interesting.  This photo is the … Continue reading

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Secretary Zinke Completes Review of National Monuments

Well, after waiting all this time, all we learn is that Ryan Zinke didn’t recommend the elimination of any of the 27 monuments to President Trump, but that he did recommend the down-sizing of an unknown number (above and beyond … Continue reading

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Puma, Patagonia

This puma may look menacing, but she is just finishing off a nice long yawn.  She is called “Sister” and the few times we saw her she was very relaxed.  In fact, she did a lot of sleeping when we … Continue reading

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Raven Nest, Yellowstone National Park

I was driving through the Golden Gate area of Yellowstone on May 24, 2015, scanning the cliffs for mountain goats as I drove.  I didn’t see any goats (as is usually the case), but did see this nest of ravens. … Continue reading

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Brown Bear Cub, Lake Clark National Park

When this two year old brown bear cub lifted its head and stared at me, it reminded me of a pika.  If you’ve ever seen a pika with its mouth full of grasses to be stored for the winter, you … Continue reading

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Guanaco, Patagonia

When my two friends and I went to Torres del Paine National Park to photograph pumas in May of 2016 the animal we saw most often was the guanaco.  The guanaco is a camel-like animal.  It stands 3 to 4 … Continue reading

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