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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

First Week In Grand Teton National Park

We have been in the park for 8 days so I thought I would share some images.  First is a Great Grey Owl, the first that I have ever seen even though they are common in this region...
 
 
 
 
In the small village of Moose we encountered, what else, but a...
 


Near the willow flats area a sandhill crane was feeding...
 

This coyote appeared from the fringes of willows and began howling...

 
The next image is of grizzly bear "399", probably the most famous grizzly in modern times. Just Google "bear 399" if you want to learn about her...


 
 
I photographed this coyote in the Grand Teton National Forest on Pacific Creek Road'''


A male pronghorned antelope was feeding in the sage brush along the Snake River...


One of the highlights of the week was the discovery of a family of red foxes in our campground at Colter Bay,,,







This final photo is of a pair of young fox at another den in the park...

 
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1 comment:

  1. Excellent photos, Steve. I am glad you are having a good trip.

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