Welcome to the Yellowstone video library. The files available here were recorded in the park and are in the public domain. They may be downloaded and used without limitation; however, please credit the "National Park Service " where appropriate.
These files have been encoded at their native resolution using the H.264 codec. To acquire original camera footage, interested parties must provide an FTP site or external hard drive. To make arrangements, please contact us.
If you're searching for audio, check out our sound library.
Absaroka Range (winter): 00297.MTS
Amphibian (boreal chorus frog): 00584.MTS, 00591.MTS
Bighorn Sheep (ram): 00697.MTS
Castle Geyser: 341A4346.MOV, 341A4353.MOV, 341A4294.MOV
Clepsydra Geyser: 00563.MTS
Cutthroat Trout: GOPR0104.MP4
Electric Peak (winter): 00465.MTS
Elk (bugling): ElkBugle1.MTS, ElkBugle2.MTS, ElkBugle3.MTS
Firehole River (winter): 341A4342.MOV, 00218.MTS
LLower Geyser Basin (telephoto, steam): 00568.MTS
Norris Geyser Basin (telephoto, steam): 00145.MTS
Norris Geyser Basin (wide, Porcelain Basin): 00182.MTS
OOld Faithful (eruption, with crowd): 00090.MTS, 00091.MTS
PPlowing Operations: 00027.MTS, 00071.MTS, 00086.MTS, 00116.MTS
Porcelain Basin (wide): 00182.MTS
RRuffed Grouse (display): 341A9786.MOV
SSawmill Geyser: 341A4357.MOV
Spring Plowing: 00027.MTS, 00071.MTS, 00086.MTS, 00116.MTS
Snow (blowing): 0028.MTS
Snow (falling): 00370.MTS, 00472.MTS, 00476.MTS
Steam (Norris Geyser Basin): 00145.MTS
Trout (cutthroat): GOPR0104.MP4
WWinter (Absaroka Range): 00297.MTS
Winter (bison grazing): 00132.MTS, 00133.MTS, 00252.MTS, 00267.MTS
Winter (bison on road): 00410.MTS, 00421.MTS
Did You Know?
Some groups of Shoshone Indians, who adapted to a mountain existence, chose not to acquire the horse. These included the Sheep Eaters, or Tukudika, who used dogs to transport food, hides, and other provisions. The Sheep Eaters lived in many locations in Yellowstone.