Yellowstone National Park recently posted about Grizzly Bear recovery in the Grater Yellowstone area. For more information, please go to the Yellowstone NP link. The link Yellowstone Science publication will take you directly to the PDF linked on their page.
There are a few different “National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands” passes available. There are annual passes which can be very useful and cost-effective for visitors to National Parks and Federal recreational lands, and there are a few additional ones including the Free Annual Pass for U.S. Military, Senior Pass, and Access Pass. I encourage you to check out […]
I have taken many photographs in Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park, often surrounded by other photographers, and have been asked some interesting questions. The question I will answer today is, “What are you photographing?”. I don’t mind the question itself, as long as it is asked in a polite/friendly manner, but, when a […]
Yellowstone National Park is 3,472 square miles according to YNP facts. Yes, Yellowstone NP is a large park, and while it is not the largest US National Park, it is big enough that I recommend staying in multiple locations of the park (or just outside of the park) in order to maximize animal viewing and photography while minimizing […]
Grand Teton National Park is the name of the national park just south of Yellowstone National Park. Some people refer to the Grand Tetons, but, although there are three Teton mountains in the Teton Range, there is only one Grand Teton, and the name of the park is Grand Teton NP. If you are traveling […]