It’s been a busy week, mostly because we are back in the land of wildlife, and it’s all I can do to keep up with all the photos I have taken in the past 5 days. I know…first world problems. Lol.
We got to Jackson Hole last Wednesday, and after getting the RV situated, we took our chairs to sit beside the river. Of course I didn’t have my camera, and we soon discovered the mountain blue birds were catching bugs right next to us. So, I walked back, and got our cameras. The stoneflies were hatching, and this guy clearly had a family to feed, he has 2 in his mouth in this photo.
One of the reasons we stayed longer in Teton NP, was the visibility of the grizzly bears while we were there. We don’t usually get to Wyoming until late June, or early July, and by then the bears are usually in the back country and not as visible. 399, the post I had the other day, was the first bear we saw this year, but then another female grizzly and cubs started coming out. Blondie, also has twins from last year, but her cubs are about half the size of 399’s.
Blondie is also a great momma bear, and watching her with these cubs was absolutely wonderful. These two cubs are full of it, and would often play and tumble with each other. Sometimes this happened way too far away to get really decent photos, but just watching it was awesome.