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Winter Wonderland

Yellowstone National Park is beautiful in winter. Sure, most of the roads are closed to vehicle traffic. Snow coaches are available, however, to some beautiful locations such as Old Faithful. And the northern road from […]

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Vixen and Kits

A female fox plays with her kits just outside of their den in Yellowstone National Park.

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Canary Spring

It’s been a long, albeit mild winter. Many of the roads in Yellowstone open tomorrow, including from the West Entrance to Old Faithful, to Canyon, and up to Mammoth. Soon it will be time to […]

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Yellowstone Canyon View

The more traditional views of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone are from Artist or Lookout Points looking to the west toward the magnificient Lower Falls. Such views are definitely worth enjoying in the morning. […]

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Bison Bull

The bison rut (mating season) is a great time to watch bison (from a safe distance). This guy in the Lamar Valley was quite the agitated fellow.  

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Cycle of Life

The weather in Yellowstone over the last week has not been particularly enjoyable, but the wildlife viewing has been exciting. There were at least two bison carcasses in the Hayden Valley that attracted multiple grizzly […]

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Bison Portrait

Yellowstone bison enjoying a summer afternoon.

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Mystic Falls

Mystic Falls is accessible via a relatively easy hike past Biscuit Basin in Yellowstone National Park.

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Grand Prismatic Spring

This is an up close view of Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park from the boardwalk by the spring. The view of this magnificient thermal feature from the ridge behind it (shown in the photo […]

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Lookout Point Panorama

Yesterday was my first day back in Yellowstone for this year. Winter is holding on in the Hayden Valley.  Lots of wildlife including bison pronghorn antelope and an occasional grizzly are in the Lamar Valley. […]

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