If you’ve ever been lucky enough to see a bighorn sheep in Yosemite then you’ve witnessed something very special that very few visitors ever see. But now that is all changing.
Check out the latest from the fine folks at Yosemite Nature Notes, Monarchs and Milkweeds, a really cool look into the complex ecosystem that is home to one of Yosemite’s prettiest visitors.
and I’m not talking about the ones hanging out in the Mountain Room Lounge while they’re husbands are off trying to be Ansel Adams.
Another report from winter life in one of the most beautiful places on Earth.
There are somethings you just don’t expect to see in Yosemite Valley.
Highway 140 will be open to all traffic starting tomorrow, Tuesday, August 30, at 6 am for eastbound traffic and 6:45 am for westbound traffic. Use extra caution–fire crews and vehicles may be present on the road.
The Motor Fire started August 25, 2011 at approximately 12:30pm on Hwy 140, along the Merced River and near Cedar Lodge.
Donna sent me an email about the Vicious Deer video I posted last night. Here’s her comment: “You need to STOP portraying animals as vicious. People are stupid and they do stupid things when they are around animals, whether the animals be domestic or wild. I am sick to death of everyone blaming animals for […]
What’s the most dangerous animal in Yosemite? The one that’s contributed to the most injuries and deaths? No, it’s not bears or rattlesnakes, it’s deer. Take a look at this video and you’ll see just how defensive deer can be. Keep in mind that this is a female defending a fawn but there have been […]