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A Day At Point Reyes National Seashore

I went to Point Reyes a couple of days ago.  It had been a while.  When I arrived I quickly spotted a bobcat.  It was too far to photograph so I waited a bit to see if it would move … Continue reading

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Young Grizzly Bear, Yellowstone National Park

This is a two-and-a-half year old female.  She was just just given her walking papers by her mom.  This is normal for grizzly bears.  This happens to black bear cubs at age one-and-a-half. She was very nervous, constantly looking over … Continue reading

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Wolf, Yellowstone National Park

This is one of only three wolves that remain in the Lamar Valley.  At one time there were over 30 wolves in the Lamar.  Wolf numbers are down throughout the park due to various factors such as wolves killing other … Continue reading

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Coyotes and Wolves, Yellowstone National Park

I have hardly seen any coyotes or wolves this spring.  Today was a good start in correcting that.  The first thing I saw to photograph was a pair of coyotes moving down from the Mammoth area toward the Gardner River … Continue reading

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The Last Week in May of 2013, Yellowstone National Park

I arrived in Yellowstone on Sunday afternoon, May 26.  The red fox den near the Yellowstone Picnic Area was the talk of the park.  Hundreds of people came to see the foxes.  The den was only 60 yards from the … Continue reading

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Petaluma Riverfront; Petaluma, Calfiornia

Here is another view of the Petaluma River and some of the City of Petaluma’s historic buildings that it passes as it winds its way through the City.  Not many cities have a river passing through it.  These buildings, and … Continue reading

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Petaluma Riverfront, Petaluma, California

  Petaluma is one of those few American cities that has a major river running through it that provides access to and from the ocean.  It enabled Petaluma to become an important city in the early days of California.  The … Continue reading

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