Book Review: ‘Grizzly’ Shares Story, Stunning Photos of Bear No. 399 in Yellowstone Area

DESERET NEWS | By Christine Rappleye – Using the story of a unique grizzly bear with tag No. 399, journalist Todd Wilkinson and environmental photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen share the plight of the bears in the Greater Yellowstone area in the tabletop book… More> View or download PDF article> (543KB)

The Shooter: Jackson Hole wildlife photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen shows how nature art can inspire viewers to save the wild world.

MOUNTAIN OUTLAW | By Todd Wilkinson -  Suppose you are a globally renowned wildlife photographer, a shooter who’s been at it for more than 40 years. Right before your eyes you see animal subjects – individual, spectacular creatures you’ve come to know better than any others – and now, it seems, they are about to

Holiday Books: 19 Mesmerizing Coffee Table Titles

LOS ANGELES TIMES | By Ai Weiwei – California Life & Style – Ten years of following Yellowstone’s Grizzly 399 and her offspring result in these dramatic, intimate photographs of wildlife in the wild. View PDF article>    

Books for Nature Lovers

CASCADIA WEEKLY | By Christian Martin – Photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen is renowned for his stunning photographs of the world’s wildlife and exotic locales, but for Grizzly, he focuses his lens in on a family of bears in his own backyard: Jackson Hole, Wyoming. This veritable Eden is rich with elk, moose, antelope, bison and

Recreation: Humanizing 399, the World’s Most Famous Grizzly Bear

THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE | By Mike Gorrell Nearly a decade has passed since Millcreek resident Megan Burick caught a glimpse of the grizzly bear known as 399, but the memory remains precious to her. “It was just so exhilarating to see that bear, even though it was over in a flash,” said the home

An Intimate Look at Yellowstone’s Most Famous Grizzly Mama

MOTHER NATURE NETWORK | By Jaymi Heimbuch Explore the life of bear 399 and her cubs through the images of Tom Mangelsen.  Of the many grandeurs Yellowstone National Park has to offer, perhaps the one that’s simultaneously the most endearing and most terrifying is a mother grizzly bear. To see the bulk of a huge

Saga of the World’s Most Famous Grizzly

THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR | By Todd Wilkinson Bear No. 399 provides a cautionary tale of the revival of the rugged symbol of the American West as Washington considers removing grizzlies from federal protection. Read full length story> Download PDF article> (436KB)

Books Show Nature’s Wonders

IDAHO STATESMAN | By Rocky Barker Two books hot off the presses show and tell remarkable stories about the smallest and largest creatures in the Northern Rockies.  “Grizzlies of Pilgrim Creek,” by writer Todd Wilkinson and photographer Tom Mangelsen, shows how the great bear has gone from the brink of extinction to a frequent tourist

These 18 Photos of Grizzly Bears will Make You Want to Get in Your Car and Drive to Yellowstone Right Now

MOTHER JONES | By Luke Whelan – A new book captures the majestic creatures – and explains why they’re in trouble. By the end of the year, the federal government will likely propose taking the grizzly bear off the endangered species list… Read full length story> View or download PDF article> (1.1MB)

Recovery Story told through Star Mama Grizzly

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE | By Karl Puckett – A star grizzly bear that already has her own Facebook page and Twitter handle (@grizzlybear399) is now the subject of a new book, “Grizzlies of Pilgrim Creek, an Intimate Portrait of 399, the Most Famous Bear of Greater Yellowstone.” Read full length story> Or download PDF article>