Black Wolf in Spring Snow

The Backward Truth About Wolves and Grizzlies

Black Wolf in Spring Snow

Most people nowadays are well aware that wolves and grizzly bears are controversial species. Regular readers of this blog know that I am passionate about the well-being of these predatory animals. Most people think that all the controversy stems from them potentially eating ranchers’ cattle stock. The truth is, that’s just a scapegoat.… Keep reading...

Winter Tree Abstract

Tree Trunk Winter Abstract

Snow blankets a thick lodgepole pine forest in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.

Last year, I headed into the interior of Yellowstone National Park with another photographer. We were riding a snowcoach in and out, both times during a snow storm, and there was also plenty of fresh snow from days prior.… Keep reading...

Northern Lights Above the Teton Mountains

How to Look for the Northern Lights

Northern Lights Above the Teton Mountains

Northern lights can be a mesmerizing sight in the sky. An enigmatic phenomenon, they inspire and delight both kids and adults lucky enough to see them. Despite popular belief, it is possible to see them in Grand Teton National Park and Jackson Hole, Wyoming. As such, there are first a couple of common myths that I’d like to debunk.… Keep reading...

Northern Lights Over Jackson Hole, Wyoming

I was giving up on this so-called great solar storm around midnight last night. Skies had clouded up just after sunset, the impact wasn’t as strong as they had predicted, and I was getting tired. Just out of curiosity, I checked the immediate aurora forecast and saw that activity was beginning to pick up to where it might show up down here in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.… Keep reading...