A young female grizzly in Yellowstone, nicknamed "Snow" for her very blonde coat, napping away the afternoon on a log in a meadow full of lush grass and wildflowers.
A mother grizzly leads her cubs across the North Fork of the Shoshone River, near Yellowstone National Park.
A mother grizzly takes a brief respite from her cubs to drink from a river, taken outside of Yellowstone National Park.
With her coat gleaming in the late day sun, Snow gives the world around her a dignified pause before continuing on foraging for food.
Too Big To Hide
A huge boar grizzly stands behind a grove of lodgepole pine, in Yellowstone National Park.
A large male grizzly bear celebrates the coming of spring by having a bit of a bath, in Yellowstone National Park.
A Forest of Calm
A mother grizzly naps in the sun after a morning with her cub has tired her out, in Yellowstone National Park.
With bright eyes and immense, jagged claws Snow effortlessly scales a steep hillside in search of food.
A young female grizzly bear makes her way over the crest of a hill, unaffected by the spring snows falling all around her.
A young grizzly cub digs for grubs and other food in the Spring, Yellowstone National Park.