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Wolves, Grizzlies and Grand Teton's Iconic Landscape, Find Them Here!

Daryl L. Hunter's, kiss and tell book, Grand Teton Photography and Field Guide, shows you how
    GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK, WY, February 20, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The Grand Teton Photography and Field Guide showcases the grandeur that has made Grand Teton Park one of the most photographed places in the world. As a field guide, profiles of most of animals and birds are described, and where to find them. GPS links and in-depth road descriptions help the visitor find it all.

This book is for all visitors with a desire to seek out wildlife, photograph the landscape, or merely learn about the history, geology, and lay of the land of Grand Teton National Park. The author provides general overviews including hot links with more in-depth descriptions of subjects of individual interest. An encapsulation of the flora, fauna, and photography of Jackson Hole Wyoming and Grand Teton National Park. Also included are thumbnails of the history and geology of the valley.

The opportunity to harness multiple juxtapositional elements has drawn photographers for over a century since William Henry Jackson took the first photos here in 1878. Considering this; included is a chapter of photography lessons, tips and itineraries. Since the reintroduction of the wolves and the recovery of the grizzly bear it has become a wildlife photographers nirvana.

Jackson Hole is full of wildlife but there are places where animals are, and there are places where they are not. It is a waste of time to scrutinize a landscape devoid of what you are looking for, so this guide narrows options down to the hot spots, making it easier to find the bears, moose you hope to see on your trip.

In the "Lay of the Land" section, includes the obvious highlights along the loop through Grand Teton Park. Hot links to side roads will give you more in-depth description of side roads and feeder roads and their highlights. Also included are descriptions of all two-rut roads that are legal to travel on in Grand Teton Park. GPS links to Google Maps are provided throughout.

Daryl L. Hunter
PO Box, 85, Irwin, Idaho, 83428
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The Hole Picture

Irwin, Idaho
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