National Geographic photographer Joe Riis will share insights from what he calls his favorite field experience to date, the Grand Teton National Park pronghorn migration in western Wyoming, at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyo., on Thursday and Friday.
National Geographic photographer Joe Riis will be speaking in Cody, Wyo., on Thursday and Friday about his work which is now on display at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West.
National Geographic field staff writer Mark Jenkins lived and hunted last winter with Asian tribesmen who use skis and lassos to hunt elk.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — A zephyr lifted ice crystals from the tops of snow-covered fir trees growing up the southern slope of Dunraven Peak in Yellowstone National Park. As the millions of crystals floated above the dense stand of trees, the warm light from the low-hanging January sun ca…
It’s easy to overlook two small photos hanging on the wall in the house where Kenton Rowe lives.
CASPER, Wyo. — Laramie native and adventure writer Mark Jenkins has climbed Mount Everest, hitchhiked through Tibet, bicycled coast-to-coast across what was once the Soviet Union and written about canyoneering for Playboy magazine.
CODY — The first "Spring into Yellowstone: Cody Birding and Wildlife Festival" was so successful that the second-annual event already is scheduled for next year.
The public can view work in many styles such as this piece by Sean R. Heavey titled “The Mothership,” above, or fine silver earrings by Susan Germer, left.
The Absaroka Beartooth Wilderness Foundation presents the compelling documentary "Chasing Ice" for three showings.
"Films on Demand," a new service of the Parmly Billings Library, will allow library card holders to stream more than 13,000 films and 207,000 video segments, with 600 new films added each year.
ZooMontana Executive Director Jeff Ewelt has a few nicknames stashed away under his belt.
Boiling down the greatest photos of the American West from the National Geographic Museum’s 125 years of archives into 75 images was actually pretty easy, according to Rich Clarkson.
LARAMIE, Wyo. — If photographer and University of Wyoming graduate Joe Riis spends a month working on a photo assignment and walks away with one good picture, he'll call it a success.
Gardiner filmmaker Bob Landis occasionally turns his lens away from warring wolf packs to focus on Yellowstone National Park’s little creatures. Like the ground squirrels he videoed last summer attacking a weasel or the raven he filmed as it battled a bald eagle.
HELENA — Leaders of a Hutterite colony are demanding an apology from the National Geographic Society and a pledge that it never again broadcast a television show they say misrepresented their way of life and damaged their reputation.
BOZEMAN — Even on Mount Everest, people see evidence of climate change.
Sometimes life gets in the way of a business plan.
POWELL, Wyo. ─ Critically acclaimed author and National Geographic field staff writer Mark Jenkins will speak Thursday, March 22, about his work researching land mines in Cambodia. The free program begins at 4 p.m. in Room 70 of the Fagerberg Building at Northwest College.
Sometimes, the hunter becomes the hunted.
COPPER LAKES, Wyo. — Dave Showalter's camera vibrates in the gale-force winds, and at 10,000 feet, the breeze is as sharp as needles as it spills off the glacial flanks of the surrounding peaks.