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Sunday, July 3, 2011

Grizzly Bear Photos From Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks...


Last year at this time we were returning from our fourth trip to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.  Since we are not going this summer, I am sharing some photos from our past trips.  Today’s post will feature six Grizzly Bears.  These animals are beautiful and magnificent representations of the wildness of the Rocky Mountains. 

The first photo is of a bear taken on Dunraven Pass atop Mount Washburn.  The elevation was 8,878’ above sea level…



An adolescent cub of Bear 399 taken at Oxbow Bend in Grand Teton National Park... 



A bear grazing on new grass growth near Cub Creek and the East entrance to Yellowstone... 



This grizzy was on the road to Pilgrim Creek in Grand Teton... 

 

 A wet early morning encounter at Swan Lake Flats in Yellowstone... 



Another adolescent cub of Bear 399 taken at Willow Flats in Grand Teton National Park... 


Remember to keep your distance from all wild animals and "bear spray" is effective, and legal, protection in all national parks. 

3 comments:

  1. Hi
    What a wonderful series.
    Super nice that grizzly
    Good work.
    I enjoyed it very much.
    Gr. Louisa

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  2. beautiful blog, and beautiful photo; congratulations!!

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  3. Great pics, a real treat to see these beautiful powerful animals. Thanks Steve.

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