Nov 25th, 2017
Earlier this year, I was delighted to be approached by National Wildlife to write an article on how to photograph Yellowstone's Winter wildlife.
Oct 15th, 2017
Apr 18th, 2017
On February 2, 2017, while guiding clients, I had the photographic opportunity of a lifetime. A bobcat successfully stalking a drake mallard on the Madison River in Yellowstone ...
Mar 25th, 2016
Jessie Yuhaniak is the Senior Manager of Marketing for National Wildlife Federation, and to spread the word about the wonderful work of the Federation she recently wrote a number of Blogs to highlight the events of National Wildlife Week. One of those blogs followed a conversation we had about my work in wildlife photography and what it means to be a member of NWF. Here's how it went ...
Mar 29th, 2015
Despite appearances to the contrary, Bison are strong swimmers and cross the hefty Yellowstone River without hesitation. They enter the current and swim directly across with geometric economy, exiting the other bank in the shortest distance. Bison tend to favor specific crossing sites year after year, regardless of season or conditions.
Mar 2nd, 2015
I just wrapped up the fourth Winter Yellowstone workshop of the year. Most participants were repeat offenders and everyone had a successful and enjoyable time. Perhaps forced winter death marches, carrying heavy artillery, while being bullied into being a better wildlife photographer is addictive!
Feb 9th, 2014
Ever the opportunist, coyotes sometimes watch attentively as a badger digs for rodents or as an otter fishes and then may steal the prey. Along the Madison River this winter, the coyotes are watching the bobcats.
Feb 1st, 2014
The Bobcat is a striking and rarely seen creature found in brushy habitat, often with downed trees and deadfall.
Nov 17th, 2013
85F in the shade … Perfect, my favorite temperature. A warm breeze with flocks of cotton from the trees lazily floating by me, uniformly heading upstream only to reverse direction in mass confusion, as if the wind cannot decide where best to deposit the fluff. I am in the Cederberg Mountain Range, a three-hour drive from Cape Town.
Nov 7th, 2013
Reluctantly, I left my bulkier Wimberly head and tall legs at home opting for the more compact ball head and legs. Of course, photographing new and fantastic birds in the Cape Peninsula, I realized it had been a mistake. I made a promise that next time I would bring both and ditch something else.