New: Richard Barrett's photo of Yellowstone Park in Winter

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Author of Wild World, Richard Barrett braves the cold to photograph wildlife in Yellowstone in Winter. USA - January 2023

A tour led by Danny Green of Natures Images to Yellowstone Park, USA in the depths of winter. We were lucky as this year the winter was really cold, with loads of snow and frosty conditions. My principal aim was to see wolves, and we had one good encounter with the Wapiti Lake pack in the Hayden Valley. However, it was other wildlife that starred more brightly this time - highlights included a series of amazing encounters with a Bobcat, great Bison, a surprisingly co-operative American Marten, a superb Red Fox, and some entertaining North American River Otters! All in all a most successful trip to start the year.
My thanks to the team at Natures Images and tour leader Danny Green for running a wonderful trip.

American Bison on the move
A prowling Bobcat

Gray Wolves howling 
Red Fox descending a snowdrift
Bobcat awakes
If you're planning the trip of a lifetime and hope to photograph some of the world’s most iconic animals. Richard Barrett, one of Britain’s top wildlife photographers, shows you how to achieve this.

He tells you about the type of camera that will be best suited to particular work, the issues of exposure and of depth of field. How to get close to your subjects safely, steadily and always without disturbing them.

Richard Barrett’s extraordinary journeys in search of tigers, jaguars, polar bears, grizzlies, orcas and many other rare apex predators have taken him to all corners of the globe. They are recorded in this collection of his stunning photos – each one telling the story of how it was taken, the circumstances, the weather, the discomfort, the patience and ultimately the reward of an extraordinary image.

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