Masters of Nature Photography Seminar Coming to Atlanta, Georgia

Join three of the world’s most renowned nature photographers, Frans Lanting, Thomas D. Mangelsen, and Art Wolfe, for a unique weekend of photographic inspiration in Atlanta, Georgia, February 14th to 16th, 2014, at the The High Museum of Art. Three of the world’s most renowned nature photographers–Frans Lanting, Thomas D. Mangelsen, and Art Wolfe–have teamed

Dead Wolf Display was an Act of Hate

Jackson Hole News & Guide – Two stories have dominated Jackson’s environmental news this past week. The stories invite us to question the different characteristics, personalities, life experiences, attitudes, beliefs and values that cause individuals to act the way they do. Let me start with the earlier story (JHN&G, Oct. 16) about the slaughter of

Longtime Friends Publish Book On Yellowstone

Omaha World Herald – Omaha, NE  |  Paul Johnsgard and Tom Mangelsen share a Yellowstone-Teton history dating to their wildlife travels across the West as teacher and student in the early 1970s….The result was “Yellowstone Wildlife,” recently released by University Press of Colorado.  In 14 essays, Johnsgard describes the lives and behavior of animals throughout

Yellowstone Wildlife – Ecology and Natural History of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

A Yellowstone Story – Paul A. Johnsgard is a Foundation Professor Emeritus of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. His new book is titled “Yellowstone Wildlife: Ecology and Natural History of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.” It was published by the University Press of Colorado and has 45 color plates by Tom Mangelsen and 27 drawings by Johnsgard…

Grizzly Bear Delisting – On Your Shoulders

How many of you have actually spent considerable amounts of time observing grizzly bears in the wild – untrapped, uncollared, untagged and undrugged? Certainly some of you have. How many of you have watched bears interact: grizzly bears mating or mothers with cubs playing, nursing, chasing elk calves in spring and eating berries in the

Mangelsen Hosts Benefit Auction to Support Dr. Cynthia Moss and Amboseli Trust For Elephants

JACKSON, WYOMING: Join Thomas D. Mangelsen at the MANGELSEN  Images of Nature Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming on Friday, June 21 from 6-8 pm as he hosts an event in support of Dr. Cynthia Moss, the Amboseli Trust for Elephants and the Amboseli Elephant Research Project. The Amboseli Trust for Elephants aims to ensure the long-term

Grizzly Factor – Famous Bear 399 Has Yet Another Brood of Triplets

Jackson Hole News & Guide  |  Jackson Hole’s famous grizzly bear 399 is even more revered this week after she emerged from her den with three new cubs. The grizzly mom, named for her research number, is renowned for mothering two other sets of triplets in previous springs. She staked out territory just south of the

Grizzly 399 Leaves Den with Her Third Cub Trio

Jackson Hole News & Guide  |  The famous roadside grizzly mother known as 399 has done it again.  Photographers and wildlife watchers saw her for the first time this spring after she emerged from her den with three small cubs at her side…..The litter marks the third time 399 has given birth to triplets, photographer

Stop Killing Mountain Lions for Sport

Jackson Hole News & Guide  |  It has been 13 years since I co-founded The Cougar Fund with Cara Blessley-Lowe. I had no intention to start a nonprofit —ever— yet as I observed and photographed the now famous cougar family that arrived on Miller Butte on Valentine’s Day of 1999, I became conscious of the difficulties

The True Cost of Wild Horse Roundups

NBC News  |  DELTA, Utah — The mustangs run with a spirit that makes them legendary here in the West. On a bitter cold morning, they descend from the Swasey mountains of central Utah and gallop for miles across the plains. Stallions and mares, beautiful and strong, guiding their young.   It’s an enthralling scene, but