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Bob Weselmann Program

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 Bob Weselmann spoke on Thursday, January 13th. 

 

     In Wild About Yellowstone, Bob writes, " All of the photographs in 'Wild About Yellowstone

' were taken  within the confines of Yellowstone National Park, and they depict behavior and 'life stories' as we observed them.  A few of the animals that we photographed are 'old friends' that few have watched over the years, and we hope that some readers will see 'old friends' as well.  Hopefully our images will arouse the curiosity of readers and the accompanying text will provide greater insight into the world of the wild creatures living in Yellowstone.    

     Bob spoke from experience as a naturalist and photographer.  He shared pictures from his book, Wild About Yellowstone  He wanted the audience to know about a Three Dog Day--seeing a wolf, a coyote, and a fox in the same 24 hour period.  There are specific differences between these three animals and he showed pictures to emphasize those differences.  Bob had skulls of a wolf, a coyote, and a fox and explained differences in terms of color, size, structure. etc.  Below are some pictures from the program.  The last four pictures are taken from Bob's book.  The pictures show a sample hunt of the fox--the pounce, the positioning, the plunge, and the prize (a mouse).

 

 

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