The wolverine is an elusive and fascinating animal you may never see.
Can you look at animal tracks and see the past?
Take a closer look at how some animals survive Yellowstone's harsh winters.
Yellowstone's wildlife prepares for the long winter season in many ways.
Yellowstone's cool climate and abundance of water, creates some perfect fish habitat.
You will need to dress warmly, but the wildlife viewing is spectacular.
Researchers brave extreme conditions to understand how wolves are impacting Yellowstone..
You will never forget the first time you see a bison in the wild. They seem to conjure up some deep rooted emotions from our past.
While people for a chance to see some of the park's large mammals, one of the most impressive species here is a bird that could fit in the palm or your hand.
Learning what foods are available at certain times of the year can help you avoid confrontations.
Visitors traveling to and from the West Entrance are rewarded with some of the most beautiful scenery in the country.
Last updated: May 15, 2017
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