12 Favorite Photos from 2013

January

Mountain Lion Mother and Kittens

Certainly one of the most exciting moments of the year was when I found myself sharing a trail with cougars. This was not just the first time I had ever seen wild cougars, it was the first time I had ever seen wild cats at all. The excitement I felt in the moment was overwhelming, and equally was the disappointment when they began to run away.… Keep reading...

The Trophic Cascade from the Gray Wolf

Canyon Wolf Pack in Early 2013

I won’t waste your time in discussing political agendas and biases for and against the gray wolf. We all know that it is a controversial species that many feel is not at all welcome in nature, despite the fact that it has been an integral part of that very nature for tens of thousands of years.… Keep reading...

When to See Wildlife in Grand Teton National Park and Jackson Hole

Bison and Teton Mountains

Below I’ve charted out the best times of the year to see the most requested wildlife in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Grand Teton National Park. Below the chart, I’ve described the reasoning for those times of the year, as well as areas that those particular animals frequently are seen. Keep in mind that nature works on its own schedule, so even though a box might be marked as red (not a good time to see it) you can still see it.… Keep reading...

Warm Spell of Winter Video Compilation

Winter appears to winding down here in Jackson Hole, Wyoming significantly early. I suppose Mother Nature felt bad for giving us such a short summer last year, so if weather stays consistent, we’ll have an extra month this year!

For the most part, winter wasn’t incredibly eventful. The title comes from winter being unusually warm much of the time.… Keep reading...

Coyotes and the Teton Mountains

Coyotes Against Teton Mountains

I finally got my Canon 7D back from repair last week, but the weather had been a lot of wet snow and rain all week. Yesterday however, things seemed to clear up in the morning, so I headed out to Kelly in Grand Teton National Park and found plenty of wildlife to finally give it a real test.… Keep reading...