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Wildlife in Yellowstone National Park 

In the heart of the American West, a vast 2.2 million acres of pure wilderness stretch across Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. Imagine lush meadows, dense forests, alpine tundra, and steaming thermal basins all coming together to support a variety of wildlife. These natural marvels captivate visitors and play a crucial role in sustaining the park’s […]

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Discoveries in Yellowstone Part 2

I made a knew discovery today! I have always had a love for Yellowstone growing up close by with ample opportunity to frequent the area I made my way their often. Five years ago I even had the chance to live on its Northern edge in Gardiner Montana. The last couple years Grand Teton National […]

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My Nemesis Bird (Owl)

Nemesis Bird – “(noun) A bird that is highly sought after by an individual birder but despite repeated efforts to be seen, remains elusive and is not able to be added to the birder’s life list.” (From birding.about.com) The Northern Pygmy Owl is the one owl that constantly evades me. In 2011 I almost had […]

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