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Tag Archives: Yellowstone wolves
The Wait: Life and Death in Yellowstone
The coyote is waiting. The eagles are waiting. The wolf-watchers are waiting. Even the wolves are waiting, off in the distance beyond the trees. It’s a death-watch. We’re all watching a wounded bull elk, waiting to see what will … Continue reading
Spring in Yellowstone? How Can You Tell?
Blowing snow, blowing wind….freezing my tush off. Springtime in Yellowstone. A ghostly coyote wanders through the blowing snow. I don’t imagine he’s too impressed with the weather, either. The trade off, of course, is an empty park. And … Continue reading
Posted in Adventure, Hiking, Montana, Nature, Wildlife, Yellowstone Tagged Grizzly tracks, Spring in Yellowstone, Yellowstone wolves 19 Comments
I’m standing on a hilltop in Yellowstone on a cold and bright December morning. The snow beneath me is covered with hundreds of wolf tracks. They must have been through here early this morning – the tracks are clearly fresh, … Continue reading
Posted in Adventure, Montana, Nature, Outdoors, Wildlife, Yellowstone Tagged Prospect Peak Pack, wolf tracks, Yellowstone wolves 38 Comments
We’re idling in a line of cars on the road to Norris Hot Springs in Yellowstone. Five cars ahead I see a white van stopped in the middle of the road. A car is stopped in the other lane as … Continue reading
Posted in Adventure, Montana, Nature, Outdoors, Photography, Wildlife, Yellowstone Tagged Yellowstone in May, Yellowstone wildlife, Yellowstone wolves 21 Comments
Slough Creek Sonata: The Yellowstone Wolves’ Choir
Slough Creek, Yellowstone National Park, January 17, 2014 We’re standing on a ridge overlooking the valley, scoping the hillsides and hoping to see a wolf. The day is sunny and calm, and not too cold, so we’re just pleased to be … Continue reading
Posted in Adventure, Hiking, Montana, Nature, Outdoors, Wildlife, Yellowstone Tagged collaring wolves, netting wolves, Rick McIntyre, winter in Yellowstone, Yellowstone wolves 28 Comments
Spring in Yellowstone: Critters and Empty Roads
A handsome black wolf stopping by to check out the campsite is a pretty auspicious start to a weekend in Yellowstone, don’t you think? We arrived at the Mammoth Campground in Yellowstone at about 6:00 on Friday evening. We set … Continue reading
Posted in Adventure, Camping, Hiking, Montana, Nature, Outdoors, Photography, Travel, Wildlife, Yellowstone Tagged adventure, bighorn sheep, Camping, coyotes, elk, Montana, wolves, Yellowstone, Yellowstone wolves 27 Comments