Wyoming’s Wind River Basin is home to the largest number of bighorn sheep in the world. In this series of videos, we’ll join wildlife photographer, Doug Gardner, as he photographs bighorn sheep and mule deer in the snow covered mountains.
Doug and nature photographer, Jared Lloyd, follow a well-used game trail and photograph a herd of mule deer. They then trek through the snowy landscape and discover a herd of bighorn rams on a ridge. Along the way, they’re sharing tons of wildlife photography tips on how to capture these amazing animals.
Get on the trail with pro shooter, Doug Gardner, who will show you how to photograph bighorn sheep and mule deer in the mountains. He says, “It’s an experience you’ll never forget.”
See all of the videos in our Capturing Wyoming’s Big Horn Sheep & Mule Deer Course:
Capturing Wyoming’s Big Horn Sheep & Mule Deer – Course Preview
Discovering the Shoshone Indian Footprints
Photographing Wildlife & Landscapes in Wind River Basin
Tips & Techniques to Photographing Mule Deer