A 4x4 excursion viewing wintering wildlife that can include elk, mule and whitetail deer, big horn sheep, moose, mountain goats, coyotes, golden eagles, bald eagles, wild turkeys, vultures, and other avian species. Your knowledgeable guide will tour you to the most productive spots for camera shots of our amazing Rocky Mountain Wildlife.
Snow provides the canvas where wildlife of the Rockies paint their winter story. Join our guides in the search for the elusive Rocky Mountain Predator. Nocturnal, secretive, and stealthy - mountain lions are seldom seen during daylight hours. However, our expert guides possess the savvy and knowledge to locate the tracks the big cats leave behind. Once located, our amazing pack of cougar hounds pursue the elusive cats to where they "tree", providing closeup opportunity to photograph these rarely seen big mountain cats.
Our Predator Passion tour offers opportunity to observe mountain lions, bobcat, lynx, wolves, coyotes, and foxes. We track and trail the cats with hounds to get them treed, where we quickly take photos, then leave the cats to continue on their way. For wolves, coyotes, and foxes we use a combination of baiting and calling to get the wary and wild canines into camera range.
GOT wildlife? We do! The Rocky Mountains are home to a multitude of amazing wildlife species. Two seasons (spring and winter) bring two different, but two special opportunities for observing Rocky Mountain Wildlife.
Winter snows push the bears to their dens and the ungulates to the valley bottom winter range. Herds of deer, elk, and sheep congregate in the foothills on the edge of the mountains. There is not a better time to view concentrations of Rocky Mountain Wildlife. With the arrival of the herds to the winter range, so too arrive the predators. The winter season provides us amazing opportunity to observe mountain lions, wolves, coyotes, bobcat, and lynx.
With the onset of spring, migrating herds of elk, deer, sheep, and goats return from winter range to summer range. Flocks of northbound waterfowl, songbirds, and majestic birds of prey appear on our mountain horizons. Grizzly bears and black bears emerge from their dens foraging and seeking mates.
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