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Monthly Archives: June 2012
Early one morning as I was going into Yellowstone National Park from West Yellowstone, I saw the mist rising off the river. It looked like a majical moment.
During the summer male bisons travel away from the herds of calves, yearlings, and cows, I had a change to see some of these males up close and personal. One big bull walked up the road to where I was … Continue reading
Baby bison don’t look much like there parents. Some quests at Yellowstone have been heard to ask,” Want are those red dogs doing with the bison?” The calves’ coats are surely a redish color. I watched a small herd of … Continue reading
As I was driving up Tower Falls Road in Yellowstone Park, I saw several photographer standing beside the road. There was a park ranger directing traffic up the road to a parking space. I parked and walked back down to … Continue reading
Very early one morning in Yellowstone Park, I watched two bison butting heads. The sunlight lit up the hairs on their backs. They would butt heads then back off several feet and charge each other. This was a herd of … Continue reading
I have gotten a coment that the bear I posted as #399 was not that bear because it did not have a red tag in its ear. Here is a picture from a different angle while the bear was in … Continue reading
The wolfman in the yellow Extera pointed out a carcass laying down by the river. I had gotten there just in time to see a lone wolf try to come down from the den area to cross the road to … Continue reading
Wyoming boasts of having the most pronghorns of any state. From what I saw, could be. I watched one pronghorn for several minutes run along a fence trying to get through to no avail. When he came to the rancher … Continue reading
Just after dawn on the top of Spencer Mountain before all the low clouds burned off, I enjoyed this moment.