JACKSON, Wyo. — Tomorrow’s Winter Solstice will officially mark the beginning of winter in the Northern Hemisphere.
In Jackson Hole, a winter season can span anywhere from four to six months and is often felt long before Dec. 21. During this time, residents and visitors bear witness to the wildlife that has made its way down from higher altitude areas and into the Jackson Hole valley.
Recently, Buckrail Photographer Nick Sulzer captured an elk herd in their winter range, two regal bull elk and the symbolic North American bald eagle perched on a tree branch in Grand Teton National Park.
Photos: Nick Sulzer // Buckrail