Ermine Pop Up - An Ermine, also known as a Stoat, or short-tailed weasel, pops up from behind a log to watch for threats. Haines, Alaska.
"Coyote Pups at Play" - A pack of newborn coyote pups romp, jump and play in the morning sun. Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.
Coyote Pups Thru The Portal
"Coyote Pups Thru the Portal" - Two newborn coyote pups emerge thru a broken stairway as they explore the new world around them. Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, portal, stairs, opening
Arctic Fox in Transition
Arctic fox in Transition - An arctic fox has a blue-gray color as it transitions from the brownish color of summer to its white fur of winter.
White Delight - An arctic fox kit in a beautiful white coat looks for threats as it overlooks the view ahead.
Sneak Attack - An arctic fox kit playfully sneakes up on the rocks and is about to jump on its sibling below. The color of its fur is in transition from summer brown to winter white.
Cute Arctic Kit
Cute Arctic Fox - An adorable arctic fox kit stares with curiosity.
Warily Watching - A polar bear sow warily watches the approach of potential intruders.
“Northern Comfort” - A polar bear yearling cub snuggles in comfort with mother polar bear on a snow covered iceberg. The Seven Islands, Svalbard, the Arctic, Norway.
You Go First
You Go First - Five mountain goat kids (babies) are on the verge of jumping, if only one of the other goats would jump first.
Curious Mountain Goat
Curious Mountain Goat - A yearling mountain goat stares with curiosity.
Young Mountain Goat
Young Mountain Goat - A yearling mountain goat stands on the rocks on the top of Mount Evans, Colorado at an elevation of 14,265 feet.
Kits Snow Play
"Kits Snow Play" - Newly born red fox kits discover snow. They romp and play in the snow and thoroughly enjoy themselves.
Welcome to the World
Welcome to the World - A red fox kit starts the day with a taste of the new world.
Video Red Fox Kits Romp and Play
Tackle The Tail - Three red fox kits romp and play, chase tails and climb on Mom's tail
Kit Curiosity - A red fox kit stops playing for a moment and watches the photographer with curiosity in Breckenridge, Colorado.
Tug of War
"Tug of War" - Two red fox kits tussle over who gets to keep the stick.
"Triple Trouble" – A possible adventure grabs the attention of three red fox kits in their front yard in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.
Let Me See
Let Me See - A grizzly bear cub stands up to get a better look at what has the family's attention in Katmai National Park, Alaska.
Red Fox in White Snowfall
Red Fox in White Snowfall - A beautiful red fox in its full winter coat is wondering if the snowfall will ever end?
Rabbit Reflected Profile View
Rabbit Reflected Profile View - A snowshoe hare in partial transition to a full white coat is hesitant to approach the waters edge for a drink but forms a beautiful reflection.
Rabbit Reflected Front Facing View
Rabbit Reflected Front Facing View - A snowshoe hare in partial transition to a full white coat is hesitant to approach the waters edge for a drink but forms a beautiful reflection.
Elk Earache - This elk is trying to ignore the Magpie using its ear as a private perch, but its enough to give the elk an earache.
Peek A Boo
"Peek A Boo" - A startled Red Fox that was caught napping takes a peek to see what disturbed it from its dreams.
Pronghorn Flower Massage
Pronghorn Flower Massage - A pronghorn buck rubs its face in a prairie field daisy. Must have a itch?
Legs Alot - A newborn baby elk appears to be all legs as it learns to walk on them. The white spots provide camoflage and will disappear in about a year.
Almost Hidden - Mother elk hides her baby in the tall grass and scrub while she grazes for the family.
Babes in the Woods
Babes in the Woods - Two newborn elk calf twins trot together through the woods and suddenly find themselves out in the open. Fortunately for me.
Short Stop - A newborn elk calf (just 2-3 weeks old) jumps playfully out of the woods and stops short and stares at an equally startled group of people on a hiking trail, before it jumps back into the woods.