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  • Animal Spotlight: Red-Eyed Birds

    I was fortunate to recently visit Yellowstone twice during the peak spring season, including my earliest visit ever in May. It’s interesting seeing the park at a “different” time of year. Yes, I’ve been to Yellowstone many, many times in May, but even just a couple weeks before or after my traditional late-May visitation window can make a big difference

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  • Yellowstone Spring 2021 Trip Report, Days 13 & 14 (The End)

    June 9, 2021 This was likely our final super-early morning of the trip, with one final jaunt planned for Hayden Valley. This time, we did have more fog on the valley floor, but it was either too thick initially, or burned off so quickly, that we couldn’t do much with it photographically. Some bison even grazed and wandered near the

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  • Yellowstone Spring 2021 Trip Report, Days 11 & 12

    June 7, 2021 A Hayden and Lake day… and I still woke up before the alarm. No delays to kick things off on Monday, and we cruised down toward Hayden Valley in good time. A surprise greeted us before we even reach Canyon: a large collared grizzly bear walking across a meadow. In the darkness it was difficult to nail

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  • Yellowstone Spring 2021 Trip Report, Days 7 – 10

    June 3, 2021 We had some work scheduled for the cabin. I figured I’d need to be around for a half day, tops. Unfortunately, the work dragged on longer than expected, and I was forced to stick around all day. All so that I could unplug and plug a few things in.   June 4, 2021 As a result, I may

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  • Yellowstone Spring 2021 Trip Report, Days 5 & 6

    June 1, 2021 After the long weekend adventure, it felt good to sleep in and putter around the cabin for a bit. I had some work to catch up on (including hanging new prints… check out my Facebook Page for a killer deal on the older canvases that are coming down), so I wasn’t planning on heading out until the

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