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Come to the Triple "D" Game Farm for a weekend of spectacular wildlife model photography. Pick the species of your choice and photograph with a small group at significantly discounted rates.

Most film sessions will include 3 – 5 photographers (maximum of 10.) Two days are normally "open dates" to allow for make-up sessions in theevent of inclement weather. If the "open dates" are not utilized for make-up sessions, those days would be opened up to allow photographers the freedom to photograph any species in our brochure – pick your species and location and the Triple "D" will modelthe animal for you! Watch this Website at for new animals and changing events.

January Specials: Animals in Winter
January is a predictably cold month in Montana! You may have clear blue skies or be in the middle of a snowstorm. But the snow is usually here to stay and by now, all our animals have their full winter coats and we are filming our animals in the snow.

February Specials:
During the month of February, photographers will likely encounter cold temperatures, with some snow. Animals are still in their full winter coats and ideal for filming. This time is usually chosen to display our adult animals in a winter setting. Animals will be modeled in natural settings that include the following habitat types: stream, pond, willow, cottonwood, spruce-fir, rocky granite, aspen, creek, snowfields and more.

March Specials:
Come to the Triple "D" Game Farm for a weekend of spectacular wildlife model photography. Pick the species of your choice and photograph with a small group at significantly discounted rates.

Animals will be modeled in natural settings that include the following habitat types: stream, pond, willow, cottonwood, spruce-fir, rocky granite, aspen, creek, wild flowers and more.

May Specials:
Photographers visiting the Triple "D" during May can expect to find spring in full swing, with lots of sunshine, blue skies and new born animals to include lynx, bobcat and cougar kittens with mom.

Pick the species of your choice and photograph with a small group at significantly discounted rates. Listed below are the tentative filming sessions planned for the five-day special. Animals will be modeled in natural settings that include the following habitat types: stream, pond, willow, cottonwood, spruce-fir, rocky granite, aspen, creek, wild flowers and more.

June Specials:
Come to the Triple "D" Game Farm for an extended weekend of spectacular wildlife model photography. Participate in a minimum of 8 sessions with the best that the Triple "D" has to offer in spring conditions.

July and August Specials:
Photographers visiting the Triple "D" during July and August can expect very warm days, with lots of sunshine, blue skies and young animals to include lynx, bobcat and cougar kittens with mom. Also available for filming is our whitetail fawns amongst wildflowers. Although some of the animals will be a bit larger than in the spring and early summer, you will still have the opportunity to film them interacting with others of the same species, or with a parent or adult. Although we feature our young animals during this time frame, also popular are our larger animals at our reflective ponds or high elevation site.

September Special:
Fall colors in Montana are usually just beginning during this time frame and most species have just acquired their new winter coats. Many of our filming locations have been designed for fall colors. These include aspen settings, ponds with many colored brush in the immediate background, creeks with various types of willow and alder all changing color along the streams bank. This is the first opportunity for filming a complete family of wolves. Other favorites include both Black and Grizzly Bears in fall colors and our snow leopard.

October Special:
Fall colors in Montana are in full swing this time of year and most species have acquired their new winter coats. Many of our filming locations have been designed for fall colors. These include aspen settings, ponds with many colored brush in the immediate background, creeks with various types of willow and alder all changing color along the streams bank. This is the first opportunity for filming a complete family of wolves. Other favorites include both Black and Grizzly Bears in fall colors and our snow leopard.



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