When I spent five seasons working in Yellowstone, I saw maybe three or four bears over that whole period. I bring my daughter out there, and we spot three bears within the first half-hour of entering the park. The first bear was a bit far away, but the momma grizzly and her cub came along.
|Mama and cub|
|"That Goldilocks was sure tasty, Momma - can I have another one for dinner?"|
|This coyote was hanging out near the Lake area ranger station|
|"I'm so gonna get you, mouse!"|
|Bison - you can't see all of them, but there were about 20 bison calves in this group! These were along the Madison River, about five miles or so before the Madison campground.|
|Bison calf nursing|
|A dear deer - near Lake|
Thanks for stopping by! Now onto the wildflowers we saw.