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  • Yellowstone Spring 2015 Trip Report, Day 38 (June 17)

    Day 38, June 17 This was the type of morning that lulled you to sleep and then exploded in your face. For the first two hours of our morning drive, we found absolutely nothing to photograph.  Then things started to simmer a bit.  The grizzly with two cubs was north of the road in the Lamar again, this time a

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  • Yellowstone 2015 Spring Trip Report, Days 36 & 37 (June 15 & 16)

    Day 36, June 15 Monday morning featured a Hayden/Lake excursion, which meant a super early wake-up time.  We passed a courting pair of black bears on the way up Dunraven, but it was still quite dark for photography. In Hayden Valley, all was quiet.  Wolf watchers were setting up at Grizzly Overlook (we later learned 755M crossed the road a

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  • Yellowstone Spring 2015 Trip Report, Days 34 & 35 (June 13 & 14)

    Day 34, June 13 Saturday was my drop-off/pick-up day, so I didn’t make it into the park.  I did get some interesting reports about new carcasses and other activity, so hopefully there’s some good action for my final group on the horizon. Day 35, June 14 I’d heard about a grizzly bear parked at Blacktail Lakes on Saturday, so Sunday

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  • Yellowstone Spring 2015 Trip Report, Days 32 & 33 (June 11 & 12)

    Day 32, June 11 Thursday was a long day.  We spent the early morning at Swan Lake Flats.  Lots of interesting misty scenery, but few animals up there.  We did photograph the ravens in Golden Gate before heading south to Norris to check on the fox den close to Gibbon Falls. We were fortunate to see two kits, though it

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  • Yellowstone Spring 2015 Trip Report, Days 30 & 31 (June 9 & 10)

    Day 30, June 9 I marked a full month in Yellowstone with a super early wake-up call.  I have to give kudos to my clients, who are willing to hit the road at 4:15 in the morning just to get down to Hayden Valley for a sunrise which may or may not be visible and photographable. This morning was sort

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