We had the opportunity to visit Alaska and observer this beautiful Brown Bear ( Grizzly).

We had a fun time with baby bears this year. There were twins in the top of the pine trees.

Between Roosevelt area and Mammoth Hot Springs.

In June they are pretty tiny. They are full of energy.

I had a fun time viewing elk this year. I hope you enjoy these photos.

Elk in Grand Teton National Park.

Elk calf in Yellowstone National Park.

Bull in GroVentre area.

We had a fun year and were able to view many wonderful animals. Thanks for looking, check back often to see the animals as they are added.

Mustang from the Opaqui Mountains.

Elk near Jackson Wyoming.

Here are some fun images from this year. Click on the image to see it in a window by itself.

This brown phase of a black bear was located near Tower Falls area. He was a beautiful animal that was enjoying the new spring grass.

This osprey just stole a fish from a merganser. What a site to watch the entire interaction.

The mixed sow had two cubs one brown phase and one black. The name mixed came from her cubs, She is very protective and has charged several times resulting in ranger hazings. Sometimes I wonder how come people do the things they do?

The cubs were having a nap a it took quite a bit of patience for the to wake up.

The cubs were playing and working on becoming independent bears.

In GTNP it is always fun to see the moose. They have taken up residency around the Gro Ventre area.

This beautiful bull was viewed in GTNP. He is a magnificent animal.

The elk cows and calves were near the Jackson Lake Lodge.

This famous bear is taking on the name of Rosie ll. It is because she inhabits the area the old Rosie did. She is believed to be one of her offspring. This beautiful animal raised three cubs. She just kick them away this year which might mean new cubs next year. We'll see.

Finally a bluebird. After all these years of trying I finally was able to photograph a bluebird.

My wife did not believe they existed, well they do!

This beautiful sow and Cubs Of the Year (COY) were photographed half way between Roosevelt and Mammoth. They really put on a delightful show for many people.

These cubs were very playful and just enjoyed the day, sun, and time with each other and mom.

Beautiful Bison photographed in April near Roosevelt Lodge.

This sow and cub were photographed on the Gibbon River just north of the falls. She is believed to be the sow with the three cubs last year that lost two crossing the river last year.

The Burrowing Owl was found on the way to the campground. Notice the baby near the rock on the left.

The Meadow Larks were quite elusive this year but I manages to quickly snag a picture. They are beautiful birds.

Here are a few of our summer images.

Pelicans along the Yellowstone River.

Bull elk near upper Falls.

Antelope in Lamar Valley

Grizzly in the Valley.

Crane on Alum Creek.

A very majestic , proud symbol of America

This year while in Yellowstone and Grand Tetons we were able to see and photograph some images. I have decided that I need to branch out a bit and take a few more varied images instead of just large mammals. I hope you enjoy these as much as I enjoyed viewing them myself. As always click on the images to see them in a window by themselves and roll your mouse over the image to view details.

Beaver seen on the Yellowstone River.

This bear was seen near the Roosevelt corrals.

These bison were in Hayden Valley. We have decided if you see something interesting photograph it. In 30 sec. it will be gone.

This beautiful cow elk was located near the north entrance.

Compare this bull elk with the cow it is pictured next to. It is obvious that all of his energy is going toward antler production. His coat is a little ratty.

This mom and three cubs were the main attraction near Calcite Springs. They have since been moved to the Petrified Tree area.

This sow and cub was seen near Norris Geyser Basin. This is the Grizzly that had three cubs at one point this spring. She lost two of them but this one seems to be doing very well.

This large male grizzly was first spotted on the western edge of Hayden Valley and within a very short time managed to cross the road within 30 feet of our truck. It is always nice to have bear spray with you.

This wolf was photographed in Lamar Valley.

The three owlets were at Mammoth near the temporary visitor center. They have since fledged and are still around the area bothering their parents for a meal continually.

This young ram had a very nice perch east of the new Calcite Springs parking lot. He could overlook a very large area and did not look like he was intending to move anytime to soon.

This Gro Ventre moose is often a regular visitor to the campground in the summer

Here are some images I took last year in Yellowstone.

This image was taken between Yellowstone Falls and Fishing Bridge.

This image was taken Roosevelt and Mammoth.

This image was taken near Mammoth.

Lower Falls of Yellowstone.