Discovering the Shoshone Indian Footprints

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Photographing wildlife in Wyoming’s Wind River Basin can be an exhilarating experience. In this video, professional photographer, Doug Gardner, pauses from his wildlife photography tips to walk in the footsteps of Shoshone Indian history.

In search of wildlife, Doug and fellow nature photographer, Jared Lloyd, trek through the snowy landscape and come across some old Indian artifacts. You will learn how the Shoshone Indians used pit blinds and rock blinds when hunting sheep. Jared will show you a rock face etched with ancient Indian petroglyphs, some as old as 11,000 years.

Hike along with wildlife photographers, Doug Gardner and Jared Lloyd, as they explore the history of the Shoshone Indians in the Wind River Basin.

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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