Monday, March 7, 2011

Up close and personal

After the two days of hunting, CTUIR Wildlife Program Manager Carl Scheeler took myself and two other journalists (one from the Associated Press and a freelancer for National Public Radio) into Yellowstone National Park to get shots of local wildlife. Carl was hoping to find some wolves, but we were out of luck.
In the mean time we took many, many photos of buffalo and other wildlife. Here is one bison standing right by our car. The gray thing at the bottom of the photo is the microphone from the NPR reporter. She was trying to get buffalo sounds to add to her audio piece.
This buffalo looked slightly annoyed, but more bored by our presence. We soon drove past, and it continued on its way across the road.

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