Slippery Ann's Amazing Bugling Elk

Slippery Ann's Amazing Bugling Elk

Montana’s Missouri River Country. Big sky country. Every autumn, in some of the most unspoiled wild nature left in North America, the Rocky Mountain elk begin to call. Their beautiful, eerie, and amazing sound can be heard wafting through the trees and across the grasslands. It signals the females, warns rivals and announces their amorous intentions. This is annual rut and the best time for wildlife photographers to get images of the males in full rack and the females in top health. The Slippery Ann Viewing Area at the Charles M. Russel Wildlife Refuge Complex in Montana is the perfect place to bring the family to experience bugling elk.

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7 Days Photographing the Most Majestic Parks in America

7 Days Photographing the Most Majestic Parks in America

For the seven days two friends explored and photographed wildlife in “the most majestic National Parks in the County”, Wyoming’s Yellowstone National Park and Montana’s Grand Tetons National Park. They found babies galore and grizzly bears, black bears, cinnamon black bears, big horn sheep, moose, plus they answered the important question: Can a single pronghorn outsmart a pair of coyotes?

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This is Fun! Ecotourism is a Family Affair at Ceviche Tours

This is Fun! Ecotourism is a Family Affair at Ceviche Tours

The emphasis at Ceviche Tours is family, respect for the local culture, the environment and FUN! Love for the island and good friends, Capitan Luis “Cuco” Aguirre and his family had been bringing New Yorkers John Vater and his wife Adriana to Isla Mujeres for decades. But when a hurricane compounded the challenges of disappearing fish the island’s commercial fisherman, including the Aguirre family, began to suffer. The Vaters had an idea. Together, John and Captain Luis founded Ceviche Tours. Today, the Ceviche Tours family works to protect whale sharks, the environment, the island’s culture - and they have fun! Bring the kids!

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