Bison jams happen when a herd of bison take over the roadway, and all the cars have to stop and wait for them to pass on by. If you have to be in any sort of traffic jam, bison jams are always the best.
I worked in Yellowstone National Park in the first half of the '90s, and it was a great experience. I always try to head out that way for a vacation whenever I can, and the picture above was taken at the end of May, 2010. May is one of my favorite months to visit Yellowstone since it's not as crowded as June through August, and there are a lot more animals visible for us tourists since the high ground still has lots of snow. And also - babies! Lots of bison babies. Who doesn't like babies!?
Autumn is a great time to see the park, too, since there are bull elk in rut; they battle each other and also like to bugle to let the females know they're around. So I could have used Bugling Elk, Battling Elk, or Bull Elks in Rut, but I don't really have any good pictures of those. Plus, like I mentioned earlier, the month of May has lots of....Babies!!! Which is also a B word, but a little too broad of a topic for the purposes of this journal entry.
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