Month: December 2012

12 Favorite Photos from 2012


Frosted Trees Along the Snake River

Despite a lack of wildlife to be found around the area, I was still able to make great opportunities as they arose. The winter had turned into an unusually warm one for Jackson Hole and while normally it’s too cold to even snow, rain was becoming common throughout January. Yet winter still persisted off and on.… Keep reading...

Why America Needs More Predators

Black Wolf

There has always been a voice in the United States that has never liked predator species. In the past, this voice was so strong and powerful that they virtually eliminated all but the most elusive predators from the lower 48, excluding black bears. Once many other predators were gone by the 1930’s, black bears’ numbers began to steadily grow thanks to being spared the wrath of hatred.… Keep reading...