Yellowstone National Park is an American icon, and every nature traveler should explore it -- along with the adjacent Grand Tetons -- at least once in your life. But it matters how you do it. Join Nat Hab Expedition Leader Aaron Bott on this virtual journey through the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, to see the kind of discoveries unveiled on our small-group nature expeditions. Experience the geological drama that inspired painter Thomas Moran and conservationist Teddy Roosevelt, who were moved by this striking landscape more than a century ago. The region’s geothermal features are legendary, from geysers and simmering paint pots to steaming mineral springs in psychedelic colors. A profusion of wildlife has entranced visitors since Yellowstone became the world’s first national park in 1872. Now, as then, wolves, grizzlies, elk, moose and bison traverse the open range and montane forest in the largest interaction of megafauna found in the contiguous United States. Find out what it's like to experience Yellowstone Country the Nat Hab way, embracing wonder and eschewing crowds.
Originally presented May 21, 2019
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