Yellowstone Spring 2019

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I've finally finished processing the photos from my two week spring trip to Yellowstone. I go out at this time each year, as it's the peak of wildlife activity. This gallery covers the last week in May plus my photo tour in early June.

You can see the full gallery of 157 new images in my photo archive. A short preview is below.

This grizzly bear greeted me in the Lamar Valley when I first arrived and was on my way to our property.


I only had one encounter with this popular grizzly bear sow and her cubs on this trip, but it was a good one. They were quite active right next to my car.




I had probably my best Dusky Grouse shoot to date with a male who spent a lot of time pursuing two females in the park's northern range.


Sometimes a familiar subject provides some interesting and unique moments. It was all about the repeating pattern here when this yellow-bellied marmot popped into the open.


One of the twin moose calves that put on a show in the northeast corner of the park this spring.


Sunrise in Hayden Valley.


That same foggy morning in the valley.


A black wolf I encountered on my own in the NE quadrant one afternoon.


See the full Yellowstone Spring 2019 gallery.

Max
 


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