Who Knew Yellowstone Had So Many Wonderful Animals?
They only live in the states surrounding Yellowstone. A beautiful coyote. It's another stunning creature you'll be able to see roaming around this park if you visit. A bald eagle stands over the Yellowstone River.
This Joke Starts With An Airplane Flying Over Yellowstone
A photographer from a well know national magazine was assigned to cover the fires at Yellowstone National Park. The magazine wanted to show the heroic work of the fire fighters as they battled the blaze.
If You Can, Check Out the Majestic Bison of Yellowstone Park
Due to their size and herd behavior, the bison are often a hinderance to motorists on the Yellowstone Park road. During the winter, their close packed mentality helps keep them warm. The bison's temperament is often unpredictable.
The Primal Beauty of Nature Is Stunning in This Video...
This exquisite nature video was shot in Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons. It speaks not a word, yet has found prizes for the gorgeous videography, editing and the beautiful message the underlies its imagery. I found myself glued to the screen, watching this beautiful video unfoled.
This Is Proof That Everything In Nature is Connected...
So, when wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone park in the 1990s, their coming provoked a huge change - for the better. Watch this video and realize once again how magnificent the natural world is, and how smart.
These Charming Old Paintings Are Like a Balm to Your Soul
Even if we haven’t had the opportunity to visit the place, we’ve all marveled at the breathtaking beauty of Yellowstone National Park . But do you know that the credit for the park’s existence goes to American landscape painter Thomas Moran?
Joke: A Quick Plane Ride
See Stunning Bird Photos From the Annual Audobon Awards
Amateur Winner: Steve Torna Species: Eared Grebe Location: Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, United States 4. Youth Winner: Carolina Anne Fraser Species: Great Frigatebird Location: Near Española, Galápagos Islands, Ecuador 5.
Watch a Personal Account of a True American Horse Wrangler
Well, wonder no longer, since in the video below you'll get to meet Kameron Kelsey, a 3rd-generation ranch steward, who lives on the 9 Quarter Circle Ranch, hidden in a valley between Big Sky and Yellowstone. This is his story.
Roll Down Your Car Window & Admire these Scenic U.S Routes
Yellowstone National Park, Yellowstone River, Wyoming 8. Arches National Park, Courthouse Towers, Utah 9. Somewhere on U.S. Route 40, Arizona 10. Death Valley National Park, Father Crowley Overlook, California 11. Somewhere on the Douglas Pass Road, Colorado 12.
These Photos Well Deserve to Be Called "Best of the Year"
The colors of Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone come from thermophiles: microbes that can thrive in scalding water. Michael Nichols 12. This drowned bison became a tasty feast for this wolf and her 2-year-old offspring. Ronan Donovan 13.
These Hot Springs and Geysers Are the World's Most Furious!
Yellowstone Geysers and Springs, USA Yellowstone National Park was actually the world’s first and lies on top of a gigantic geothermal hotspot. Incredibly, it contains half of all the world’s geothermal features, numbering over 10,000.
You Won’t Believe How Massive These Steam Locomotives Are
Yellowstone Image source - Wikimedia Commons The largest steam locomotive ever built was the Yellowstone. While the Big Boy had the largest operating steam locomotive, Yellowstone bettered it in terms of weight. At 624 short tons (566,083 kg), this was an incredibly mammoth steam locomotive.
Winter is Breathtakingly Beautiful in these Magical Towns
Zao, Japan Yellowstone National Park, U.S.A.
These Amazing Shots Show the American West In a New Light
Grand Prismatic Spring at Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming 12. Horseshoe Bend near Page, Arizona 13. Autumn in Park City, Utah 14. Mammoth Lakes, California 15. Laguna Beach, California 16.
10 of North America’s Most Stunning National Parks
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Source In the South Central Rockies lies the Yellowstone National Park, considered by many the world’s first national park. This park is famous for its abundant subalpine woods, animal life and the colorful Old Faithful Geyser. 3.
Soak in the Beauty of Our Planet With These Stunning Photos
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The Big, Bad, Beautiful Wolf!
Wolves in Yellowstone park hunting a huge buffalo. According to Yellowstone trackers, they estimate that wolves make about 300-400 kills every year, which are about 78% elk, 4% bison and 5% deer, with a large variety of other animals (including 4% coyotes) making up the rest.
History’s 7 Most Influential Watercolor Artists
Thomas Moran (1837 – 1926) "The Yellowstone Canyon," 1902. (Image Source - Wikimedia Commons ) Thomas Moran was renowned for his brilliant landscape watercolors. His ethereal paintings of the Yellowstone National Park, in particular, inspired a lot of appreciation.
If You Love Animals, You Really Need to Visit These Places
Yellowstone National Park Yellowstone has the largest concentration of watchable wildlife in the lower 48 states. The animals are spread out over the park, so you’ll have to visit certain areas to see specific animals. For example, you’re more likely to run into an elk herd in the Mammoth area.
There's No Way These Locations Should Be Found on Earth
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Yellowstone National Park has always been an extraordinary travel destination for curious tourists who want to see some spectacular sights.
Run For Your Lives! History's Largest Volcanic Eruptions
Yellowstone, USA - 640,000 years ago Image Source Yellowstone National Park is home to some pristine natural beauty, however the entire park is an active volcano with 1 in 700,000 odds that it might go off this year.
I Feel Like I’ve Traveled the World Thanks to These Photos
Image: Peter Gedei Grand Prismatic Spring, Yellowstone National Park, USA. Image: Jassen T. H/T: mashable.com 15 Phenomenal Travel Shots amazing, nature, animals, photos, beautiful, culture National Geographic's annual photography contest is nothing short of spectacular.
It's Amazing How Much Natural Beauty There Is in the USA
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