Author: Todd Wilkinson
Watching Yellowstone and Grand Teton Wildlife
by Todd Wilkinson
A wonderful take-along guidebook that will help tourists see more wildlife on their visits to Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks. This guide identifies the best viewing areas for all major species, including wolves and bears. Includes maps, color photos, animal descriptions for car tours and hikers.
About the Author
Author Todd Wilkinson has been writing about wildlife in Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks since the mid-1980s. A native of Minnesota, he began his journalism career 20 years ago covering violent crime for the legendary City News Bureau of Chicago, an institution where Kurt Vonnegut, Mike Royko, Seymour Hersh, Jacob Weisberg (of Slate.com) and David Brooks (columnist, New York Times) also got their starts as cub reporters.
Over the last 20 years, his stories have appeared in a number of prominent newspapers and magazines, including The Wall Street Journal, US News & World Report, Christian Science Monitor, and Audubon, among dozens of others. Author of several books, he also coaches a youth hockey team in Bozeman. During his summers of college, he worked in Yellowstone as a cook.
Other Yellowstone National Park titles:
Rough Trip through Yellowstone | Yellowstone Has Teeth | Women in Wonderland
What I Saw in Yellowstone | Yellowstone Bears in the Wild | Yellowstone Wolves in the Wild | The Yellowstone National Park Cookbook | Yellowstone View Watching Yellowstone & Grand Teton Wildlife | Yellowstone Memories: 30 Years of Stories & Photos | A Ride to the Infernal Regions: Yellowstone's First Tourists | The Light of Spring | The Comfort of Autumn | Silence & Solitude: Yellowstone’s Winter Wilderness | Silence & Solitude: Yellowstone’s Winter Wilderness - DVD | The Abundance of Summer: The Seasons of Yellowstone