A few weeks ago, while hanging out in the Tetons, I watched some bears. Not just any bears. The bears. I wasn't there to find and photograph bears....I was seeking pretty colors, elk, and moose. But, when bear royalty decides to walk through your palette, the original plan gets tossed. Right before dark on this particular night, 399 popped out in a pretty visible location. I have much closer shots that I will share later, but, for some reason, this shot really resonates with me. It's 399 and her 4 mostly grown cubs, walking through THEIR home, peacefully passing their bison neighbors, on a walk-a-bout to somewhere only she can explain. The last light of evening still illuminated the fall foliage and the bison weren't too bothered...I think they were also in awe of this bear family. By the time darkness fell on the landscape, they had disappeared into thick willows by the river. Unfortunately, last week they were way down south again, showing up in the town of Jackson. I don't claim to know why 399 is on this grand trek, I just hope she stays safe and isn't able to score human based foods, otherwise her cubs will meet the same fate as their nephews, 610's subbies that were both removed this past year for scoring human food rewards. We must do better.
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