Wildlife

Harbor Seal, Trinidad, CaliforniaSeagull, Marin, CaliforniaPacific Gopher Snake, Baja California, MexicoGarter Snake Swallows a Rainbow Trout, Sacramento River, CaliforniaGrasshopper, South Fork, Sacramento River, CaliforniaSnake, Tuolomne River, Yosemite National Park, CaliforniaNorthern Pacific Treefrog, Castle Crags, CaliforniaBeetle On A Snag, Mount Shasta, CaliforniaCanada Goose, CaliforniaFlight, Klamath National Wildlife RefugesAmerican Avocet, Klamath Nat'l Wildlife RefugesWhite Pelican, Grand Teton National ParkRiver Otters, Grand Teton National ParkWhite Pelicans, Grand Teton National ParkTrumpeter Swan, Yellowstone National ParkBlack Bear Feeding, Yellowstone National ParkAmerican Bison, Yellowstone National ParkBlack Bear (Cinnamon phase), Glacier National ParkRocky Mountain Elk, National Elk Refuge, WyomingYellow-Bellied Marmot, Grand Teton National ParkRocky Mountain Goat, Glacier National ParkRoosevelt Elk, California CoastRoosevelt Elk, California CoastBald Eagle, Klamath National Wildlife Refuges

 

Wildlife adds a magical and dynamic element to any nature experience–whether it’s a hummingbird at a backyard feeder or grizzly bear in Yellowstone. The myriad creatures which inhabit this Earth are a continuing source of wonder and a testament to Mother Nature’s enduring perseverance and adaptability. The western United States is home to some of the planet’s most amazing animal species. Yellowstone National Park claims the highest concentration of wildlife in the lower 48 states and is a mecca for wildlife photographers. Glacier National Park also offers exceptional wildlife viewing. Locally, the Klamath Basin National Wildlife Refuges see migrations of millions of birds every Spring and Fall. The Refuges provide critical habitat along the Pacific Flyway and are home to the largest wintering population of Bald Eagles in the contiguous U.S..

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