We see people that visit Yellowstone and the Tetons do photography wrong so often, it's easy to forget how epic it can be when it's done right. One photographer recently visited our national parks in Wyoming and showed the proper way to take pictures of the wildlife we treasure.
In the wake of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announcing its plan to review whether the gray wolf should be re-listed under the Endangered Species Act, Congresswoman Liz Cheney has said that Wyoming, not Washington, should be the ones to decide whether that should happen.
Hypothetical question: how do you know if you've made it as a celebrity if you're a wolf? Answer: when National Geographic makes a movie about you. That's exactly what happened to one black wolf in Yellowstone National Park a few years ago.
It's been almost 8 years ago to the day when this famous wildlife encounter went down in Yellowstone National Park. A gray wolf attempted to take down an elk in a raging river in front of tourists with cameras rolling.