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Photo by @ronan_donovan (remote camera) and text by Todd Wilkinson  Yellowstone // Wild animals do not recognize park borders. Two of Yellowstone’s iconic species, bison and elk, spill seasonally and naturally beyond park boundaries looking for food. One is welcome. The other is not.  Both bison and elk can carry brucellosis. And while bison have been regarded by Montana livestock officials as the primary brucellosis threat, in the past 30 years there have been no documented cases of…

Photo by and text by Todd Wilkinson Yellowstone // Wild animals do not recognize park borders. Two of Yellowstones iconic species bison and elk spill seasonally and naturally beyond park boundaries looking for food. The othe

Photo by @hellokrisdavidson — Ranger Julena Campbell hikes the Echo Canyon Trail in the Chiricahua National Monument in Arizona. The unusual rock formations were caused by a massive volcanic eruption 27 million years ago (the Turkey Creek Volcano). A process of cooling and subsequent uplifting and erosion created rifts and cracks in the rhyolite, leaving a landscapes of spires. #Arizona

Photo by Ranger Julena Campbell hikes the Echo Canyon Trail in the Chiricahua National Monument in Arizona. The unusual rock formations were caused by a massive volcanic eruption 27 million years ago (the Turkey Creek Volcano). A proc

Image detail for -American bison (Bison bison) crossing a river in Yellowstone…

American bison crossing a river in Yellowstone National Park in winter, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Wyoming, USA

photo by Starting on Two Ocean Plateau in Yellowstone the Snake River flows south through Grand Teton National Park and continues flowing 1078 miles in all towards its confluence with the Columbia River. Theres no better way to take it all i

A picture of the aurora from many, many years ago before digital cameras were but a distant dream. Please on to see our work using the latest digital tools available to us as visual story-tellers.

Photo @coryrichards Climber and @natgeo writer @freddiewilkinson climbs the streaked and bullet proof ice of the Grand Central Couloir on Mt. Kitchener in the Canadian Rockies. Freddie chose to climb right into the tight cleft in the upper right hand corner of the image. This decision probably saved our lives as a thunderous avalanche engulfed the entire 'regular route'. An avalanche that size usually carries heavy debris large chunks of snow and ice and rocks...all of which can end up in a…

Photo @coryrichards Climber and @natgeo writer @freddiewilkinson climbs the streaked and bullet proof ice of the Grand Central Couloir on Mt. Kitchener in the Canadian Rockies. Freddie chose to climb right into the tight cleft in the upper right hand corner of the image. This decision probably saved our lives as a thunderous avalanche engulfed the entire 'regular route'. An avalanche that size usually carries heavy debris large chunks of snow and ice and rocks...all of which can end up in a…

“Photo: @chrisburkard  In my opinion, the fall colors really speak to the uniqueness of Denali National Park. It was 9:30pm and pouring rain outside. We…”

“Photo: In my opinion, the fall colors really speak to the uniqueness of Denali National Park. It was and pouring rain outside.

The Aurora borealis as seen last night in Alaska from a ship near the entrance of Glacier Bay National Park photo by @susanseubert #onassignment with @natgeotravel #natgeoexpeditions by natgeotravel

The Aurora borealis as seen last night in Alaska from a ship near the entrance of Glacier Bay National Park photo by with by natgeotravel

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Rise & Shine Photos) Early mornings have a bad reputation. But then that’s modern living, I guess.

Photo by @ladzinski // Keith Ladzinski says: It’s hard to say what’s more beautiful, the view when hiking through Zion National Park’s Narrows or the view looking down from high above. Climber @rob_pizem gets the best of both worlds here as he pushes higher on difficult moves above the iconic gorge.  Enter the @NatGeoYourShot assignment, Your Outdoor Adventure Starts Here, through July 22nd and receive feedback from photographer Keith Ladzinski. Sponsored by @bassproshops

Photo by @ladzinski // Keith Ladzinski says: It’s hard to say what’s more beautiful, the view when hiking through Zion National Park’s Narrows or the view looking down from high above. Climber @rob_pizem gets the best of both worlds here as he pushes higher on difficult moves above the iconic gorge. Enter the @NatGeoYourShot assignment, Your Outdoor Adventure Starts Here, through July 22nd and receive feedback from photographer Keith Ladzinski. Sponsored by @bassproshops

Blackfeet rawhide Buffalo Tipi ornament. The front is painted black with red and green bands on the legs, two red spots to represent wounds and a red arrow which represents the heart line of the animal.

Blackfeet Buffalo Tipi Ornament

The front is painted black with red and green bands on the legs, two red spots to represent wounds and a red arrow which represents the heart line of the animal.

Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey). Crossing the upper #RuthGlacier in #DenaliNationalPark Alaska on skis and roped together to protect us from a potential fall into an unseen crevasse.  Truly one of the most beautiful places I have photographed in my life.  My story on Denali comes out next week in @natgeo magazine so excited to share this work with you guys!  You can see more of my images from Denali at @argonautphoto. by natgeo

Photo by (Aaron Huey). Crossing the upper in Alaska, on skis and roped together to protect us from a potential fall into an unseen crevasse.

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