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I haven’t been blogging much in the past year. There have been two reasons. The first reason was the constant theft of my images. The second reason was that I was growing a bit tired of feeling pressured to post … Continue reading
Yellowstone has 200 to 300 pronghorns. They only exist in the Park in its northern range. They spend winters in the Gardiner Basin and some, but not all, migrate from there to spend summers at higher elevations in the Park … Continue reading
As I was driving from Mammoth to Tower shortly after sunrise one morning I spotted this lone cow elk looking at me. She seemed very nervous. She looks like she may be pregnant and I assume she was close to … Continue reading
This cow was part of a harem of about 10 cows and calves just north of Mammoth. The photo was taken shortly before sunset.
This photo looks a bit different than the other elk photos I’ve been posting doesn’t it? The elk don’t look much different even though these are Rocky Mountain Elk, not Tule elk. It’s the habitat. This photo was taken in … Continue reading