Yellowstone still providing good photo oppsShooting in the snow
by Dan Hartman
Feb. 6, 2016We're in the middle of our busiest time of the year, so I haven't gotten out much. I was there however when they attempted to capture the Lamar Alpha Male. I"ve never really seen it up close before.
Coming back from getting supplies in Livingston, we discovered a little pygmy owl perched low hunting through a snow storm. It is my sixth pygmy sighting this winter.
Farther on a ram was waiting out the same storm.
Thursday, Cindy and I returned to Livingston to pick up our new poster "Yellowstone Wolves". It's a new tittle for our sold out print "Howling Druids". On our way out, a beaver broke through the ice at the west end of Round Prairie. Coming home in a snow storm, (as always seems to be the case), the fox was tucked in the rocky outcropping near the Yellowstone Bridge. Then as we neared Hitching Post a grey Lamar wolf trotted along a small creek. Cindy got a quick photo before it crossed the road and climbed the slope to the north.
Waiting Out The Storm
Breaking Through The Ice
Cindys Lamar Wolf Photo