This shot stitches together four photographs to give a panorama of the Judith Mountains as seen from the southeast.
I had just spooked a group of whitetail does when I heard the clacking sound from atop the ridge. My first thought was that two buck deer were sparring, their antlers clattering together.
The sun shines onto the golden foothills of the Absaroka Mountains on a stormy fall day.
Two bull elk rub their antlers in an aspen thicket.
Flattened steak, seasoned and dehydrated creates sterky, or steak jerky.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — State biologists in Wyoming say hunting is helping the greater sage grouse by providing critical data about the birds' numbers.
When Kyle McCall asked the guys setting up his home sound system if they knew anyone who liked to hunt, he was in for a surprise.
Rick Cope's beard freezes during a hunt at Big Lake on Nov. 11.
Rick Cope throws a downed bird to shore after retrieving it through the iced over water.
Before sunrise, Kyle McCall, left, Rick Cope and Todd Baier scout out a spot to set up for a waterfowl hunt on Big Lake.
Rick Cope takes a shot at swans as members of the Yellowstone Hunt Club pack up after a hunt on Big Lake.
Kyle McCall and Rick Cope break through ice to set out decoys.
Guided by their headlamps, Rick Cope and Kyle McCall pull gear on sleds over the snowy ground at Big Lake as they prepare to hunt.
Rick Cope sits up and takes aim at birds flying nearby.
Todd Baier soaks up some sunshine with his dog Gunnr during the hunt.
Frozen waders stand on their own in single-digit temperatures after members of the Yellowstone Hunt Club return to their vehicles after a hunt.
Todd Baier calls ducks as his dog Gunnr waits.
Gunnr, a poodle pointer owned by Todd Baier, waits in his blind for retrieval action.
Flocks of birds take flight above Big Lake as the sun rises on a cold Nov. 11.
A taxidermy mallard head hangs from the rearview mirror of Rick Cope's truck.