2016 Summer Season, a Visual Review

November 16, 2016 It is amazing how time really does seem to pass us by… This morning as I look out to the foothills of Gardiner to the first real snow of autumn blanketing the ground, I am reminded of the countless experiences that I had on tour over the past...

Field Notes – April 24, 2016

Yellowstone Insight, Field Notes April 24, 2016 Headed into the park around 6:30AM this morning, we quickly found bison, elk, pronghorn and varying waterfowl to start our count of wildlife on the greening landscape. As we continued out towards Tower Junction we passed...

MacNeil’s Rule of 4 P’s

I thought this out a few years back… Many a former client of mine thought it was just perfect and there was a moment when I thought, that maybe, I should “trademark” the idea! Well, that’s not really what I cared to do… What I really wanted was to share my knowledge...

Watching a Red Fox Cache

February 11, 2016 After many seasons of watching fox in Yellowstone’s ecosystem, I have never been present at the time an adult fox returns to a prey cache (collection of items in a hidden or discrete location). Early this morning, a good friend, Robbie stopped with...