Renewed Call for Probe of Federal Wildlife Services

Two U.S. congressmen are once again calling for a probe of a little-known federal agency called Wildlife Services, citing photos of animal abuse posted on the Internet by an agency employee. “We are gravely concerned that (the) photographs … do not represent an isolated occurrence, but may reflect a deep-rooted problem within the Wildlife Services

Griz Shooting Sparks Hunt Protest

After hunters kill bear in Teton park, critics call for changes in elk reduction program. Mangelsen said Grand Teton should abandon the provision in its 1950 enabling legislation that allows a hunt. ”It’s no longer 1950,” Mangelsen said at Schwabacher Landing on Monday. ”There are more people in the park. The time has come.” … More> View or

Park: Shot Griz A First

Hunters killed an adult male grizzly bear in Grand Teton National Park on Thanksgiving morning…..Wildlife photographer Tom Mangelsen was on the scene shortly after hearing that a grizzly had been killed. There were 40 or 50 hunters, outfitters, photographers and residents gathered at Teton Point overlook while Park Service officials worked to remove the bruin,

Mangelsen Releases New Limited Edition Image Collection

Thomas D. Mangelsen released his latest collection of 13 new images exclusively in the MANGELSEN—Images of Nature Galleries. Mangelsen was on hand to personally unveil the collection in his Galena, Illinois gallery location on October 20. Tom shared a few of the stories of his experiences capturing the newly released images. Thousands attended the New

Mangelsen Presents “Nature Photography” Seminar at FotoWeekDC Festival

Goethe Institut, Washington, DC | 2012 October FotoWeekDC is launching new educational programming for the 5th annual FotoWeekDC festival, featuring full day seminar presentations by the nation’s top professionals in the photography world. Seminars will be interactive and will range in topics from Industry Knowledge, Photojournalism, Marketing and other topics important to photographers. Topics will

Conservation Groups Challenge Kill-At-Will Policy for Wyoming Wolves

Bozeman, MT — Conservation groups, represented by Earthjustice, today served notice (2.4MB PDF download) that they will file a court challenge to the federal government’s removal of Endangered Species Act (ESA) protections for Wyoming wolves. Earthjustice is representing Defenders of Wildlife, Center for Biological Diversity, Natural Resources Defense Council, and Sierra Club in this action.

Famous Grizzly Hazed Back into Teton Park

The grizzly sow known as 610 moved off the south end of Grand Teton National Park last week, forcing officials to haze the bruin and her three cubs back to the preserve… Tom Mangelsen, a wildlife photographer who has followed 610 and her cubs regularly in recent years, theorizes that the grizzly mother was drawn

Mangelsen Honored as Conservation Photographer of the Year

NATURE’S BEST PHOTOGRAPHY   |  Conservation is a key theme throughout Thomas D. Mangelsen’s body of work. By showcasing the beauty of nature, he hopes to encourage others to discover the wonders the natural world has to offer and to care enough to preserve what remains. His conservation activism efforts came of age with a once-in-a-lifetime experience

Join Three Nature Photography Masters, Frans Lanting, Thomas D. Mangelsen, and Art Wolfe, for a Unique Weekend of Photographic Inspiration

PRESS RELEASE: LOS ANGELES, CA, July 17, 2012. Join three nature photography masters, Frans Lanting, Thomas D. Mangelsen, and Art Wolfe, for a unique weekend of photographic inspiration For the first time ever, three of the world’s most renowned nature photographers–Frans Lanting, Thomas D. Mangelsen, and Art Wolfe–are teaming up to present a series of

Beat the Heat with Polar Bear Cubs Playing in the Snow

CBS News  |   On the one hand, it’s late in the day on Friday and the weekend has almost arrived. On the other hand, it’s pretty hot outside just about anywhere you might be right now. So let’s all try to beat the heat with a video by Tom Mangelsen of some cute polar bear