Friday, May 21, 2010

Yellowstone Wildlife Pictures

I have had the chance to visit Yellowstone National Park in 2008, 2010, 2011, and 2013 (With Ashley).  Yellowstone National Park is a must visit for anyone. It is a national park that is overflowing with wildlife and May - June is a great time to visit Yellowstone National Park to see the over abundance of wildlife in the park. This section is a collection of pictures from the four trips listed above. While in Yellowstone, every time we have gone we have seen grizzlies, black bears, wolves, herds of elk, herds of bison, big horn sheep, herds of prong horn antelope, coyotes, marmots and much much more! Bottom-line is if you have never been to Yellowstone National Park it is time to book your trip. Great Hiking + amazing wildlife + being on top of a super volcano = a great time. Below are a small sample of the pictures of Animals we saw while on our trips. 

Grizzly and Cub
Two Grizzly Bears
Grizzly Eating Dead Bison (Taken Through Spotting Scope)
Fox near its Den
Big Horn Sheep
More Big Horn Sheep
More Big Horn Sheep
Wolf with a radio Collar (There is an elk the wolf pack injured and drove into the lake)
The Elk with the Wolf in the corner
The injured Elk
Owl
Owl
Moose
Mother Moose and Baby
Black Bear
Rosy the Black Bear and 2 Cubs
Bison
Bison
Bison
Elk
Elk
An unfortunate Elk
Pronghorn Antelope
Pronghorn Antelope
Male Pronghorn
A Marmot
Deer
7 foot Snake
Coyote
3 Bald Eagles
Mom and Baby Elk
Mom Black Bear and Two Cinnamon Cubs
Coyote
Wolves
American Badger
Baby Bison
American Badger and Cub
Pronghorn Antelope
Wolf  and Bison
Grizzly
Wolf
Heard of Bison Running Off Wolf
Bighorn Sheep

2 comments:

  1. I'm taking the family to Yellowstone in October, and I'm trying to put together a hiking itinerary. I can't wait to read more of your posts about the place.

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  2. Kirby,

    There are a couple of good ones that I will post in the next week or so, that are good for the whole family.

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