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Grizzly Bear, Yellowstone National Park

A well-known place in Yellowstone to look for grizzlies is a large open area called Swan Lake Flat.  It is especially good for seeing grizzly sows with cubs.  I have often seen grizzlies there, but they have always been too … Continue reading

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Famous Yellowstone National Park Wolf Shot and Left to Die

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

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Bobcats; Comparing Point Reyes National Seashore and Yellowstone National Park

I go to Point Reyes National Seashore (PRNS) often.  It’s rare that I go and not see at least one bobcat.  I also spend a month or so almost every year in Yellowstone National Park (YNP).   Yet, I’ve never … Continue reading

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Mountain Goat, Yellowstone National Park

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

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Season’s Greetings!

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. I’ve decided to put a large copyright watermark on my blog images due to theft problems.  Some people are not deterred by the copyright symbol and my name in the corner of my images.  Hopefully, … Continue reading

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Who Am I?

I started to do a portrait of this animal and started cropping it.  After every crop I decided to crop more.  Before I knew it I was here.  Then I realized it wasn’t clear what it was any more.   … 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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