You might think you own the road if you're in a vehicle. That's not necessarily true in bear country. A brand new video share shows what happened when a car driving down the road got too close to a mama grizzly's cubs.
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 Wyoming, we exist where multiple apex predators compete for dominance. That reality was on display at Yellowstone National Park recently as a black wolf decided to challenge a resting Grizzly. He would eventually regret it.
If you're fortunate enough to live in the wild backcountry of Wyoming, you just might get a visit from greatness. That was the case as a lady in a remote Wyoming tiny house was recently visited by world famous Grizzly 399 and her 4 cubs.
My family has traveled to Yellowstone National Park several times over the years. During our visits, we never encountered the grizzly named "Scarface". That's a shame. He was a legend in the park and it's worth remembering how he got his name, why he was so well known and how me met his tragic end.
There are few better feelings in life than waking up from a really good nap. Maybe that is the emotion some grizzlies in Yellowstone National Park are experiencing as they've just reported the first bear sighting of 2021.