Okay, back to the regularly scheduled programming. I think that does it for the missed Yellowstone featured posts, so I can get back to clearing the rest of the general shots from the trip back in May 2013. Not a lot of text here – these posts are all about the pictures. They may be soft, they might be really soft and in some cases (like the last) barely discernible. For those that have never been to our first National Park, these clearing posts will give you feel for all the wildlife you are sure to see out there.
Let’s start with the Moose. The Moose is one of those Holy Grail animals for a Yellowstone or Grand Tetons vacation. There are fairly hard to find and their numbers are small compared to the other residents in the parks. To put it in perspective, this is the only Moose that we encountered while in Yellowstone, compared to the large number of Bears that were shot (and featured previously here).
This one was in hanging out in very bad light near a hollow.
I forgot to post the better picture of the female Lesser Scaup in the last clearing post. I liked how the male is “acting” like he is asleep, but clearly keeping an eye on the prize.
We came upon this sighting while checking out a pullout on the main loop. There were a few people there, but they didn’t really seem as interested as I was at what they were looking at – I on the other hand I was thrilled.
Hit the jump to find out what this is!