Bison Carcass Draws Animals in Yellowstone National Park, September 2013

I have said many times, Yellowstone National Park is an amazing place to see animals, and animals “living” in the wild.  By “living,” I mean, that you will likely see some kind of scene that looks like it is right out of National Geographic.  Bison carcasses will draw ...

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Beware of Bison in Yellowstone National Park

The stories we mainly hear about from Yellowstone National Park are the ones that involve people being “attacked” by bears. The following fact is taken from Yellowstone’s website: There are more people hurt by bison than by bears each year in Yellowstone. Park regulations ...

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Watch for bison on roadways near Yellowstone National Park

Keep your eyes peeled for bison (buffalo) when you drive around Yellowstone National Park.  Bison do get out of the park, despite attempts to keep them contained, and they are very difficult to see on the road.  This is especially true at night, because their eyes do not reflect like deer in ...

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Map of the Pullouts in Lamar Valley in Yellowstone National Park

Anyone who has visited Yellowstone National Park in Montana and Wyoming has probably learned that the Lamar Valley is referred to as the “Serengeti of Yellowstone.”  This means, of course, that the Lamar Valley is packed with animals, and the open fields and hillsides make this a ...

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