The Art of Wildlife Photography with Tom Mangelsen

CREATIVE LIVE  |  Creative classes from the world’s top experts:  Wildlife photography through the lens of a legend –  Learn wildlife and outdoor photography from one of the most prolific nature photographers of our time in The Art of Wildlife Photography with Tom Mangelsen.   Drawing lessons from his 40 years of observing and photographing the

Bear Managers’ Credibility on the Line

JACKSON HOLE NEWS & GUIDE  |  By Thomas D. Mangelsen – American poet Robert Frost once expressed a sentiment that many of us feel in our hearts: “The world has room to make a bear feel free.”  How I wish it were true today in Wyoming, home to one of the most exceptional bear populations

Mirror up to Nature: ‘The Masters of Nature Photography’

PITTSBURG POST-GAZETTE | By Jim Mendenhall – A jaw dropping collection of the best nature photography by the best nature photographers of the last 50 years….Thomas D. Mangelsen made more than 80,000 exposures over 10 years before he could capture the vast arctic and polar bear together the way he had in mind….Wildlife Photographer of

The Last Great Wild Places: Rewilding Through Photographs

PSYCHOLOGY TODAY  |  By Marc Bekoff – A new book by world renowned photographer Thomas Mangelsen called The Last Great Wild Places is a most welcomed volume of awe-inspiring photographs. It also is a vivid reminder of just how influential we have been in destroying wild landscapes globally.  Sure, one might argue that there really

760 is Confirmed to have been a Member of Famous Griz Family

JACKSON HOLE NEWS & GUIDE  |  By Mike Koshmrl – The roadside grizzly bear killed by wildlife managers in late October, far from its old haunts in Grand Teton National Park, was the son of bear 610 and a part of the valley’s royal grizzly family…. Mangelsen said “That bear didn’t need to die, and…”

Jane Goodall’s Jungles

NEWSWEEK  |  By Abigail Jones – Starting in the 1960s, Goodall’s work in Tanzania, at the Gombe Stream Chimpanzee Reserve (now the Gombe National Park), was the subject of renowned National Geographic articles and documentaries. The images of her as a young woman, willowy and blonde, perched in the brush with a pair of binoculars

Wildlife Lovers Protest Death of Grizzly Bear 760

JACKSON HOLE NEWS & GUIDE  |  By Mike Koshmrl – Bear did not meet the criteria for being killed, critics contend -  A group of wildlife watchers and photographers are searching for answers about why a young male grizzly bear famous to many in Jackson Hole was killed by state managers last week near Clark…

Is Teton Hunt Right in the 21st Century?

THE HUFFINGTON POST  |  By Todd Wilkinson – Tom Mangelsen savors the quiet fall.  The renowned Jackson Hole wildlife photographer, who has traveled to every continent in search of remarkable animal imagery, considers the autumn mating ritual of North American elk to be among the greatest spectacles of nature. Nowhere else is the scene more dramatic,

In Profile – Tom Mangelsen: A Date with Nature

LONDON NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM  |  Wildlife Photographer of the Year - Continuing our series profiling the masters of nature photography, legendary wildlife photographer, Tom Mangelsen, explains the importance of mentors, and how he fits his life around nature’s great events.  My life’s itinerary is set by Nature’s beat. I work out the best times to

The Lives and Deaths of Yellowstone’s Grizzlies

PRAIRIE FIRE  |  By Paul A. Johnsgard - About fifty thousand years ago, as the northern hemisphere was locked in a global deep-freeze and the continental glaciers of the Pleistocene were at a maximum, a large land bridge that connected Asia and North America existed in the general region now occupied by the Bering Sea and