Best shots of 2020

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RikWriter
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Best shots of 2020

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sandwedge
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Nice shots, Rick. I'm still looking forward to my first close up shots of wolves.

Is that "Snow" on snow? I haven't seen her since 2017, but I did get to see Raspberry and her coy last summer. I'll be out there in mid-May this year and will surely be on the lookout for them. Sure would like to see Snow with a coy this year.

I'll post some 2020 shots in the near future.



RikWriter
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That is indeed Snow, somewhere between Sylvan Pass and Steamboat Point.



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Rik, love the shot of the fox!!!

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RikWriter
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Man, I envy you being able to see 399 and her cubs.



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RikWriter
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Wow, those are some great shots!



sandwedge
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RikWriter wrote:
Sun Feb 28, 2021 6:17 am
Wow, those are some great shots!
Thanks!

I have to tell the story about the first two (610 and one of her cubs): My friend and I drove 1600 miles from Louisiana, 2 and a half days, and entered GTNP via Moran. We were tired and still didn't have a place to camp, so we were in a hurry to get to West Yellowstone. I couldn't resist turning onto Pacific Creek Road though, and within 15 minutes 610 and her cubs popped out onto the road. What a great way to begin a trip.

We also saw 399 and cubs near Pilgrim Creek, but they were way off in a field with a huge jam on the main road, so we just moved along.

The third one is Raspberry and her coy. I get teary eyed every time I see her or Snow, since I had an amazing encounter with them in 2016 at Lake Butte Overlook. I have this forum to thank for that encounter, since I was there after reading several trip reports from previous years.



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Re: Best shots of 2020

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karenandbill wrote:
Fri Feb 12, 2021 8:23 pm
ImageAugust2020 042 by William Reinke, on Flickr

Image399 June 8, 2020 180 by William Reinke, on Flickr

ImageMay-June 1 037 by William Reinke, on Flickr

ImageDSC_0120 by William Reinke, on Flickr
Love that "lone wolf" shot!



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