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Any Day in Yellowstone …

Any day in Yellowstone is a good day.  That is especially true in the spring.  In the six days I’ve been here I’ve seen numerous bears and several wolves.  Black bears are so numerous that I’ve stopped keeping track of … Continue reading

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Bison Calf, near Slough Creek

In the spring of 2009 and in the spring of 2010 I spent a lot of time observing baby animals in Yellowstone.  They are all cute.  But I grew especially fond of bison calves or, as they are also known, … Continue reading

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Northern Harrier Asks: “Are you finished?” Pt. Reyes National Seashore

This male northern harrier looks like he’s getting fed up with something — maybe me.  Birds seem to look that way sometimes.  It reminds me of the mad duck image I posted here.   Maybe it’s more like:  “Oh no, not … Continue reading

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Happy Red Dog

This bison calf looks like it is smiling as it runs off some pent-up energy.  Bison are the first of the ungulates to give birth in Yellowstone.  Bison management in Yellowstone is difficult and controversial.  Some of them migrate north … Continue reading

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Curious Bison Calf

I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of photographing at Yellowstone.  With each new trip I find new interests.  For example, I’ve never been very interested in photographing bison, but my last two visits have been in the Spring and … Continue reading

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