GRIZZLY FAMILY SQUABBLES OVER BISON CARCASS IN PARK, FAMOUS BEARS ONCE AGAIN INSPIRE WONDER

A bison carcass could be causing some family strife among famous grizzlies in Grand Teton National Park, observers say. Two grizzly sows with cubs, identified as grizzlies 399 and 610 by photographers, have been vying for the carcass since at least Monday morning, photographer Tom Mangelsen said. The owner of Mangelsen Images of Nature gallery

ATTACK STOKES CRITICISM OF HUNT – OPPONENTS OF PARK ELK HUNK SAY MAULING WAS PREORDAINED, GRIZZLIES WERE KNOWN TO BE AROUND

Sunday’s mauling of a hunter participating in Grand Teton National Park’s elk reduction program was inevitable, and it is irresponsible for park officials to allow the hunt to continue, critics of the program said this week. The hunt puts hunters and bears too close together, because bears have learned to find gut piles from hunter-killed

Nature’s Best Photography Names Thomas D. Mangelsen 2011 Conservation Photographer of the Year

One of the most prolific nature photographers of our time, Thomas D. Mangelsen is as much an artist as he is a conservationist. Over his 30-plus years of image-making, he has been profiled on CNN, BBC, NBC’s “The Today Show,” and many more television networks around the globe. He has also been recognized as Wildlife