Category Archives: Mammals
Today’s post features a photograph of a bull moose that was captured in Grand Teton NP (Wyoming) a few years ago in the midst of the annual rut: Canon 1D Mark 3 camera body + Canon 100-400mm, f/4.5-f/5.6 IS lens + Canon 1.4x TC Handheld, with IS “On” ISO 800 Aperture f/8 Shutter 1/320 sec.
… what you will experience in nature”! Today’s post comes from a photo trip to Mount Evans (Colorado) a few years ago. The photos in this post were not captured by me, but by my good friend, Adam, who lives in Colorado and often joins me for a few days of hiking and photographing when […]
Today’s post features a lone, wild wolf that I encountered in Yellowstone’s Lamar Valley a few winters ago. While driving the snowy road, this lone wolf was seen as he seemed to wander about, following a path in the snow. Wolf behavior is very complex and I’m not sure what his goal was. Was it […]
Today’s post features a lone, red fox as it forages in Yellowstone’s Lamar Valley, for rodents under the snow cover. Watching a red fox hunting in snow is a real treat. Using their ultra-sensitive hearing, when they hear a noise under the snow, they stop, tilt their head and listen for the sound of rodents […]
Today’s post features a couple of images I captured during one of my winter Yellowstone photo trips. While traveling through the Lamar Valley, a small group of Bighorn Sheep rams were observed just off the road: Canon 1D Mark 3 camera body Canon 100-400mm, f/4.5-f/5.6 IS lens + Canon 1.4x TC Handheld, with IS “On” […]
Today’s post features a previously unpublished image I captured earlier in the year while photographing Grand Teton National Park, in winter. Driving on one of the few open roads in the park, this moose was spotted lying in rest in some trees next to the road: Canon 5D Mark 3 camera body Canon 100-400mm, f/4.5-f/5.6 […]