Intimate moments in the lives of some of North America’s most iconic and elusive animals.
Canada lynx in Montana’s Mission Mountains.
A grey wolf feeds on an elk carcass recently killed by her pack in northwestern Montana.
A black bear peers through the foliage of a tree in Washington State’s interior temperate rainforest in the Selkirk Mountains.
A mountain goat feeds on a summer day in the mountains.
A chinook salmon battles its way up the Clearwater River in the Cariboo Mountains of British Columbia.
A lone mountain caribou bull inspects the tracks of other caribou in the Hart Range of British Columbia.
Sibling wolves in a coastal wet meadow in the Great Bear Rainforest.
Two ravens discuss the days happenings in the Great Bear Rainforest.
A wolverine in the Mission Mountains of Montana.
American pika foraging in an alpine larch in the North Cascades of Washington.
Hoary marmot, Canadian Rockies.
Olympic marmots are endemic to the Olympic mountains of western Washington.
A grey wolf fords a lead of water on the coast of an island of Clayoquot Sound on Vancouver Island.
A passing bald eagle launches a flock of snow geese into flight. Salish Sea, Washington State.
A grizzly bear dines on an elk which was killed the previous day by wolves in northwestern Montana.
Cliff swallows in their nests. Salmon River Mountains, Idaho.
Pacific wren with food for nestlings.
A grizzly bear from the endangered population in the southern Selkirk Mountains close to the British Columbia—Washington border.
A mountain caribou calf peers under the head of its mother.
A Rocky Mountain red fox on a rainy day.
A grey wolf pads under ancient cedar trees in the Selkirk Mountains.
Townsend’s vole on a fall day. Salish Sea.