I was saddened to hear a month ago that the alpha female of the Canyon Pack had died. She was a very popular wolf and one of only a few with white coats. In the photo above, she was only … Continue reading
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
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
I put a “Season’s Greetings” at the end of the elk post yesterday. After I posted it I decided I needed to come up with something more “Christmas-like” and I removed the holiday greeting. Here’s what I came up with. … Continue reading
I photographed this wolf on a foggy morning a year ago at North Twin Lake. It had killed a cow elk the night before. The elk carcass is just outside the photo.
I was remiss in my postings last month and one of the reasons was that I was working on a series of posters of Yellowstone wildlife for the The Paradise Gallery in Gardiner, Montana. Here’s one of the posters. It’s … Continue reading
Yesterday’s post ended with mama bear attacking her cub. While I said that I thought it was probably because she was agitated over the wolf having been at the carcass, there is more to it than that. The cub is … Continue reading