Nelson Erikson con Pictorial Souvenir of Yellowstone, A: With German, Spanish, Mandarin and Japanese (English Edition)
As the world's first national park, Yellowstone has captivated visitors from around the world for more than a century. The first time people see a buffalo, elk, moose, or grizzly bear in the wild is a memory that will remain with them for the rest of their days. In Yellowstone, wildlife photographer Nelson Erikson captures the essence of the park by showcasing the native animals in their natural setting. Unlike most books on Yellowstone, this one focuses on the wildlife throughout the region rather than the scenery. The photographs in Yellowstone reveal the natural wonders found throughout Yellowstone, as well as near cities along the park's borders and farther south in Grand Teton National Park.
Nelson Erickson moved to West Yellowstone, Montana, nearly twenty years ago. His passion for wildlife photography developed during the twelve years he lived in a one-room log cabin on Hebgen Lake surrounded by the Montana wilderness.