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    Posted: 04 June 2019 at 03:26
1. Rosie and her cubs



2. A "cinnamon" black bear



3. Elk yoga: downward dog



4. A visitor to the cabins


5.female bighorn sheep with bling around her neck




Some critters in the Tetons
6. Ruffed Grouse. This one was hard to spot.



7. mule deer in velvet


8.Young moose posing for the camera






Edited by Basil - 04 June 2019 at 14:08
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Good set. Imo you picked a great time to go to the park. Mid May through the first 10 days of June are the absolute best times as you catch the calving season and you avoid the major crowds as schools are still in session. Great work. Hope you had fun. Iíve been four times and canít get enough of the place
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Good series. Love the cinnamon bear in #2 and the posing moose in #8 looks great too. TFS Basil    .
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I saw Rosie last year here, her cubs were smaller then
TFS, Yellowstone and the Tetons are beautiful!

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Originally posted by C_N_RED_AGAIN C_N_RED_AGAIN wrote:

Good set. Imo you picked a great time to go to the park. Mid May through the first 10 days of June are the absolute best times as you catch the calving season and you avoid the major crowds as schools are still in session. Great work. Hope you had fun. Iíve been four times and canít get enough of the place


I agree that May is a great time to be there. So is September during the elk rut. Both times are magical, but for different reasons. The next time I go, however, I will probably spend more than 2 days in the Tetons. That just isn't enough time do do it justice.
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Truthfully I see as many animals minus the bisons in the Tetons especially bears and moose as I see in Yellowstone and those mountains are pure magic.
 



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