The Pronghorn of Grand Teton

The Pronghorn (Antilocapra Americana)  found in the Western and Central parts of North America (grasslands, brush and desert) also goes by the name of Pronghorn Antelope (but it is not actually from the antelope species). They have a very distinctive colour pattern and the males have very interesting horns. They are not a large animal but I find them to be a curious…

Brother Moose

I have previously posted on my experiences in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming (2011) but I thought I would revisit the absolute highlight for me amongst all that spectacular scenery…… I had spent days looking for Moose in both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Park further to the north. The last time I had briefly…

Grand Teton National Park and the quest for Moose

Grand Teton National Park and the quest for Moose. Updating some of my earlier blogs. Grand Teton is such a beautiful place. Overshadowed somewhat by its northern neighbour Yellowstone National Park, it is a place that you should take time to visit some day.