This is a crowd of 75-100 people near Pilgrim Creek. For some here, it's their first time seeing a grizzly bear; some children present will take this memory and remember it for the rest of their lives, as will their parents. In this crowd, there are photographers, who make their livelihood off of the ability to photograph the wildlife. In this crowd, rangers patrol to ensure the safety of those patrons...ultimately, in this crowd, there is the existence of voters...voters who hopefully will exercise their right to help protect and maintain our public lands, so these amazing areas may exist for generations to come.
Tyler Brasington is a native born and raised Pennsylvanian, yet proud current Wisconsin resident. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater with a B.S. in Environmental Science. Currently, Tyler is pursuing his masters in Natural Resources with the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. He has worked in Yellowstone National Park under the guidance and supervision of Dr. George Clokey and Dr. Jim Halfpenny.
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The Greater Yellowstone Grizzly Project
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