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Wildlife Photographers Pull Focus To GTNP Policies

The fining of a wildlife photographer for being too close to wildlife in Grand Teton National Park recently has fellow photographers crying foul.

Tom Mangelson is one such professional wildlife photographer accusing the park service of  harassment in their case against Tim Mayo, a Jackson resident. Mangelson, Mayo and others suggest the actions by the park come in retaliation to their outspoken criticism of certain park policies.

K2 Radio's, Karen Snyder, spoke with Mangelson who outlines two of the issues.

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GTNP Ranger and Bear, Kent Nelson
GTNP Ranger and Bear, Kent Nelson
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Photographer Too Close to Wildlife, Receives Fines and Probation

In early July a photographer from Jackson Hole pleaded guilty to a charge of being too close to wildlife. Here is the first in a series of reports about ongoing disputes between wildlife officials at Grand Teton National Park and local wildlife photographers.

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Steve Hillebrand, U.S. Fish and Wildlife
Steve Hillebrand, U.S. Fish and Wildlife
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Grand Teton Grizzly Bear Moms Continue Tradition

Grizzly bear moms and cubs are out and about in Grand Teton National Park.

"We have two female Grizzly bears that are out and very close to park roads and causing a lot of excitement and a lot of interest."

Grand Teton Spokesperson Jackie Skaggs says, "One is 399 are poster child grizzly bear mom from a few years ago. She actually came out in 2006 with three cubs. She raised those cubs to adulthood. She's out again this year with three brand new cubs, so she's got triplets again."

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Grand Teton National Park Staff
Grand Teton National Park Staff
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Grand Teton National Park – Garnet Canyon Search Continues

Rescuers narrowed their search Wednesday as they continued to look for two men missing since the weekend after heading  out on skis into the back country at Grand Teton National Park. 27-Year-old Walker Kuhl of, Salt Lake City and, 31-year-old, Gregory Seftick, of Columbia Falls, Montana went up Garnet Canyon Saturday and didn't return.

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Bob Hoyle, National Park Service
Bob Hoyle, National Park Service
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Teton Rescues Aided And Hindered By Technology

A rescued snowboarder at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort inadvertently went out-of-bounds Friday.   Grand Teton Officials say that Steven Sprague of South Dakota didn't hear warnings from his friends as they called to him, because he was listening to his Ipod.

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