Yellowstone National Park is a favorite of mine. Yellowstone has a varied topography, from mountains to valleys, rocky cliffs to smooth lakes, rivers and waterfalls, mud pots and hot springs, geysers and marshes, and more. Then there are the animals…grizzlies, black bear, elk,, wolves, moose, coyotes, bison…and the list goes on. There’s never a dull moment in Yellowstone, and so much to see, no one could ever be “bored”!
Today I am concentrating on the Hayden Valley in Yellowstone. There is a great concentration of bison in this valley, and sometimes the vehicle traffic comes to a complete stop because of the bison “traffic”! It is truly a beautiful sight to see the bison scattered about in their natural habitat. Sometimes you are lucky enough to get a “performance” by the bison, as in my second photo! As with all wild animals, bison are nothing to fool around with. You must keep your distance, as they can charge on the spur of the moment and they are capable of moving very fast.
Two male bison going “head to head” in this photo.
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