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The calm after the storm

Sunday morning seemed colder than the previous mornings but not nearly as cold as my camping trip to Yellowstone a couple of years ago. I had survived the wicked storm and it appeared that so did everyone else. 1,174 more words

humans and wildlife

There’s no doubt that wildlife attracts human spectators.  Sometimes we seem to love the wildlife encounter a little too much, placing ourselves (and the animals) in danger by getting too close. 326 more words


Yellowstone National Park sights

I’m on the road again, at a photo workshop in Yellowstone and the Tetons.  Just a few highlights of some of what we’ve seen so far. 125 more words


Yellowstone - Mammoth Hot Springs to Northeast Gate

After sleeping in due to the adventure of getting locked out of our camper for four hours the night before, we decided to go out to lunch before heading into the park. 429 more words


Antilocapra Americana - Your Abbreviated Guide to Guiding Yourself

A recent post of ours at http://www.facebook.com/SIoutdoors detailed six varying pieces of advice for a first-time pronghorn hunter. The post was very well received and has been edited to add an additional comment from my brother-in-law, who hunted with us in fall 2015. 303 more words


Arizona Antelope Foundation Seeks Volunteers for Project June 25-26

The Arizona Antelope Foundation is seeking volunteers for a fence modification project June 25-26 near Greer, adjacent to River Reservoir in the White Mountains. 143 more words

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