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Floris van Breugel on January 15th, 2014

This post is continued from the previous post, about Yellowstone’s gray wolves. The center of Yellowstone National Park, near old faithful, averages approximately 200 inches of snow fall each year. In such deep snow it would be impossible for the grazing wildlife (bison, elk, moose, and antelope) to find food. This forces them to adopt …Read the Rest…

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Floris van Breugel on January 4th, 2014

Although the scarcity of snow along the west coast mountains makes it seem as though we are still stuck in autumn, winter is in full swing in Yellowstone National Park. Last week I made a spur of the moment decision to join my friend and fellow photographer Raghu to look for wolves and other wildlife …Read the Rest…

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Floris van Breugel on January 8th, 2011

This post is continued from the previous one, “Christmas in Yellowstone” In 2009 I was fortunate to have several images in the BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards, which earned me the opportunity to fly out to London for the awards party and a nature photography seminar afterwards. Among the many inspiring and fantastic …Read the Rest…

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Floris van Breugel on December 31st, 2010

I am very fortunate to have adventurous parents, so instead of spending my holiday at home we made a trip out to Yellowstone National Park to enjoy a snowy white Christmas. And a white Christmas it was! During much of our stay the skies were dreary and grey, and we got plenty of snow, which …Read the Rest…

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