Tag: snow

Thanksgiving in Yellowstone

Giving thanks for all of the moments Yellowstone has given me over the past three years. Thanksgiving alone in a national park?  I say yes, you ought to try spending…
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Snow Day and Pronghorn

Snow at last! Yep, late March, Spring, and finally some snow now that winter has already melted away. Over the past few days the weather cooled, the winds blew and…
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A Yellowstone Music Video

I want to tell you a story of how one thing leads to another, and sometimes in the most unexpected ways. In 1974 I graduated with a BS degree from…
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The moments between drama and quiet

So often an animal walks by and we take a few shots until it is out of sight and then go on to the next thing - the next creature…
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The Journey

Things have been a little slow in Yellowstone for the past several days.  No new snow to speak of, mild temperatures and a lot of people visiting, particularly photographers that…
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Meal time

Warm day in yellowstone, after a day of snow fall yesterday.  Been some crazy winter weather with not enough snow and very few very cold days.  Nice for standing out…
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Where have all the coyotes gone?

I am so very sad to report that our coyotes are getting killed right and left.  It seems that we lost three just this week - most likely the three…
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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year everyone! I just returned from spending 4 nights at the Buffalo Ranch in Lamar Valley and what a wonderful time it was.  We watched wildlife, hiked to…
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Winter Grizzly

  At just 12 sparkling degrees above zero, the bright sunlight is bouncing off of the frozen snow and glaring into my eyeballs, rendering me nearly blind.  But, not so…
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The Coyote vs the Elk

Two mornings ago, on my way into the park and before I visited the big horn sheep, my day was greeted by a number of elk standing on a hill…
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Fall meets Winter and a Pine Marten came Calling

By Deby Dixon The day began cold with sun filtering through the clouds and fresh snow covering the higher elevations.  My ultimate goal was to make it over Dunraven but…
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A muddy river runs through Yellowstone

Burrr, it was cold this morning - down jacket type of cold that should have been accompanied with hat and gloves.  But, who thinks about wearing a hat in August?…
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Day 4 of Camping – braving the elements

We are braving the elements in Yellowstone!  Not as wintery as it was the day that I took this image of the Horned Lark but feeling mighty blustery. So thrilled…
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