The Art of Photographing Nature
Nature photographer and former photography editor of Audubon Magazine collaborate to show the novice to experienced amateur how to see like a professional.
Common Wildflowers of Grand Teton National Park
Handy pocket-sized guide to common wildflowers, shrubs and berries for under $10. Wonderful photos by local photographer Henry Holdsworth, a flower guide organized by color. Very user friendly.
For Everything There Is A Season: The Sequence of Natural Events In The Grand Teton- Yellowstone Area.
Dr. Craighead describes and illustrates the hidden patterns he sees in the natural world. For naturalists, this book is a remarkable chronicle of the interrelationships between all living things. For anyone interested in the Teton-Yellowstone area and the entire Northern Rockies, this book opens the door to greater understanding of the natural cycles of one of America's last wild places.
Drawn to Yellowstone: Artists in America's First National Park
The volume is a review of the artistic history of the park and an illustrated account of the artists who traveled to and were inspired by Yellowstone.
The Art of Watercolor
Exploring the main areas of still life, landscape, and figure painting, this entertaining yet scholarly course of study covers every aspect of painting in watercolor, gives advice on materials, and provides easy-to-follow instructions in both traditional and experimental techniques. Le Clair provides the kind of instruction expected from a college watercolor class but, is also a great introduction to watercolor. Teh book covers a broad range of techniques, art styles and artists and shows a diverse array of watercolor paintings. Everything from traditional representational paintings to contemporary and experimental works are shown and used to illustrate the main point of each chapter.
Family nature book set in the Grand Tetons, where the Muries lived for 37 years and raised their children and where Olaus conducted his famous studies of the elk herd of Jackson Hole. Mardy lived in Moose, Wyoming until her death at age 101 summer 2007.
Windows into the Earth: The Geologic Story of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks
Find out about the forces that shaped and continue to shape the Greater Yellowstone-Teton region. Illustrations and driving tours of both parks help visitors enjoy and understand the Earth's creative forces in this wondrous region.
Creation of the Teton Landscape: A Geological Chronicle of Jackson Hole and the Teton Range
Text illustrated with photographs, maps, charts, tables. Three geologists, all with personal and professional ties to the area, describe and illustrate the processes that created the incredible landscape of Jackson Hole and the Teton Range. Find out about earth shaping geologic processes - fire, ice and shifting tectonic plates. Intriguing table of contents highlights include Teton Views (astronaut, pilot, motorist, hiker), the Restless Land, Stories the Earth Tells, After the Ice Ages, the Present and the Future.
Crucible for Conservation
Fascinating story of the 39 year struggle for the creation of Grand Teton National Park
Mountains and Plains, The Ecology of Wyoming Landscapes
Discover landscape ecology of Wyoming through maps, photographs, text and line drawings.