Photographing 100 species in 100 days

By | May 8, 2016

Whitetail deer graze in a pasture in the Belly River. By Chris Peterson of the Hungry Horse News

Chris Peterson from the Hungry Horse News says… I’ve done a host of different photographic projects in Glacier National Park and the Crown of the Continent over the course of my 18-year career at the Hungry Horse News. In 2009 I photographed Glacier for 100 straight days for the Park’s centennial year in 2010. In 2010 I did a 100-mile hike through the Park for its centennial (where I got to watch a black bear swim by a big bull moose in Kootenai Lakes, which was definitely a very fun thing to watch. When a bull moose locks eyes with a black bear, let’s just say it’s an interesting moment. But I digress…) and in 2014 I retraced a big chunk of Bob Marshall’s original hike through what is now the Bob Marshall Wilderness. Read the full article here.

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