Wildfire Info

Wildlife Attractions

Yellowstone Park is home to more wildlife than almost anywhere else in the United States. With more than 60 species of mammals and 200 species of birds calling it home, you're sure to see a large variety on your trip. With a little patience and a lot of sitting, watching and waiting, you can find many critters. Early morning and evening is when most animals are feeding and sightings are more frequent. Remember that all wild animals are unpredictable, especially those with young. To avoid any accidents, keep a safe distance and be aware. It is illegal to approach within 100 yards of bears or wolves, 25 yards of all other wildlife, or to disturb or displace animals in any way.

"bison, wolves and bears oh my"

Kenny Jones Photo Tours

Experience Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton, and the Bear Tooth Mountains. We are privileged to share the incredible landscape, pristine beauty, and wildlife of Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton, and the Bear Tooth Mountains with you. Undoubtedly, you will leave this excursion with an impressive collection of amazing photographs and...

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Roam Yellowstone Guiding

Roam Yellowstone Guiding was founded in 2020 by the company owner and guide, Todd Schlotfeldt. Roam was created to provide the highest quality Yellowstone Experiences travelers can find. We supply highly entertaining and educational experiences on a Yellowstone adventure of your choice. Our tours are hands-on; we provide maps and compasses...

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Yellowstone Safari Co.

Yellowstone Safari Company has been providing first-class, educational, and fun wildlife viewing and Yellowstone National Park tours since 1991. Our longtime experience, uncompromising attention to quality and detail, and dedicated goals towards education and conservation set us apart from the rest.  Support for these ideals is handled by the extraordinary...

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Sage Lodge

Sage Lodge delivers unbound access to the outdoor wonders of Montana, but we also cater to those who enjoy a range of creature comforts. Our amenities are extensive, so whatever you feel like doing, it’ll still feel like you’re getting away. When you’re not...

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Wild West Rafting

Whitewater rafting, wet or dry scenic floats, kayaking, overnight trips, horseback riding, fly fishing, Yellowstone Wildlife Tours and more all located at the north entrance of Yellowstone National Park. ...

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Yellowstone is home to more than 200 species of animals, from grizzly bears to bald eagles. Bison, wolves, bears, elk and nearly 60 other species of mammals roam their natural habitat. We're also home to more than 300 species of birds, 16 species of fish, six species of reptiles and four species of...


Lamar Valley

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Yellowstone River

The Yellowstone River originates in Wyoming and flows through Yellowstone National Park before entering Montana at Gardiner. From the park boundary to Livingston, the river flows north through Paradise Valley, flanked by the Absarokee Mountains on the east and the Gallatin Range on the west. It continues in a northeasterly...

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Yellowstone National Park Day Trip

On your way to Yellowstone National Park, you'll travel through some outstanding scenery, driving through the mountains and along streams. Yellowstone is the country's first National Park and has seen millions of visitors since its opening in 1872. Spend some quality time here and you'll understand why. Bozeman...

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