Amphibians & Reptiles
Birds By The Water
Days of Summer
Editorial / Cover Shots
In Memory of '06 Female
Wolf vs Bison
Yellowstone Spring 2015
Yellowstone Winter 2015
Yellowstone / Grand Teton - Fall 2014
Yellowstone Spring 2014
Yellowstone Winter 2014
Yellowstone Spring 2013
Yellowstone Winter 2013
Yellowstone Winter 2012
Yellowstone Spring 2011
Yellowstone Winter 2011
~ Embracing Nature Gallery ~
This gallery focuses on the wolves of Yellowstone, mostly in the northern range. All wolves are wild free roaming animals in their natural environment. Most are identified by research number, pack name, or researcher nickname.
** All photographs in this gallery are copyright protected and may not be copied, screen grabbed, clipped, or used in any way without written permission from Jimmy Jones Photography.
Photographs in this gallery can be purchased thru this website by selecting the photo and clicking "Buy" in the upper right corner.
I have put together a companion book for this gallery entitled:
The Wolves of Yellowstone
~ A Pictorial Essay.
This book comes in two sizes, 13 x 11, and 10 x 8, and contains 77 select color photographs from this gallery. It can be previewed and purchased online by clicking
Click on thumbnail for larger view, also you can click F11 for full screen. Then click F11 again to return to normal screen. Click "Slideshow" to view all photos full screen.
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Guestbook for Yellowstone Wolves
A lot of care evident in the work, and in the website too, as a way for us to see along with you.
Dr. Helmut und Edelgard Küster, Germany
Wunderbare Bilder unserer Lieblingstiere, die wir im Lamar Valley schon mehrmals bewundert haben. Ein Glück, dass es Yellowstone gibt!
Helmut ud Edelgard
beautiful. so many amazon shots. i can't imagine how you were able. thank you for sharing
Great Pictures. Love the ones of '06 particularly as she was the first wolf I ever saw in YNP. Such a special wolf :).
J.G. Adams Photo Gallery
Thank you for these photos of this wonderful animal. I hope to have the pleasure of seeing them myself someday.
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