Whether it’s the print of a wolf and pup along the trail, or the jawbone of an elk on an outcropping along a river, the stories of Yellowstone’s animals are are there for the telling. While I edit photos from the recent bear encounter, here are the stories found when the animals weren’t present. You can reconstruct many stories from a valley of dry bones.
Russ, would you ever be open to an interview by me or a guest post on your work at the park? I am particularly interested in what the increase in tourism has done to impact the park. I’ve read a lot on this issue in the National Geographic Centennial edition and I have been working to educate readers on sustainable and responsible travel. I would love to talk to you about it or have you share a guest post. Let me know what you think. Nicole
Lots of bones
An eerie sight!
Makes you think
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The circle of life – great series, Russ. A tale seldom told.
Thanks Eliza, appreciate the kind words!
Amazing. I especially like the near print. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for dropping by!
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Amazing photos of Yellowstone’s animals