Grizzly bears are the largest of all land carnivores and, like lions and tigers, a thrilling sight to see. Once, they roamed freely throughout western North America. Today, however, their territory has been greatly reduced. Now Ron Hirschi and Tom Mangelsen take readers into Yellowstone in search of the rare and majestic grizzly. Dramatic photographs and journal pages from Ron’s field notebooks offer a glimpse of their actual encounters. Along the path of the grizzlies they came to observe, readers will also come face to face with a moose and her calf, herds of elk startled by the sound of the camera’s shutter, and cutthroat trout glistening as the sun sets high in the Rocky Mountains.