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3 Ways to Celebrate International Wolf Day
Thanks to conservation efforts, the endangered wolf is now making a comeback. On August 13, the world celebrates these gorgeous animals on International Wolf Day to pay homage to their crucial contributions and bring attention to their plight.
The Big Bad Wolf: Greater Yellowstone’s Greatest Controversy
Watch Nat Hab’s 'The Big Bad Wolf' and Read on for an Exclusive Interview with the Film’s Co-Producer—Wildlife Biologist, Aaron Bott.
Where to See Wolves in Yellowstone National Park
Let's take a look at the top places to see wolves in Yellowstone and learn why winter is the best time to spot them.
9 Top Wildlife Experiences in Yellowstone National Park
From spying the park’s largest and most powerful megafauna to its most colorful microscopic organisms, here’s a glimpse of the top wildlife experiences to look forward to on a Yellowstone safari.
Why Large Mammals Thrive in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is home to the largest concentration of mammals in the lower 48 states, a fact that its moniker, “North American Serengeti,” refers to.
What Makes Yellowstone’s Wild Wolves So Captivating?
The best place to wolf watch in Yellowstone is during dusk and dawn in Lamar Valley, where the aptly named Lamar Canyon Pack is often the most visible.
American Serengeti: Wildlife Wonders of Yellowstone
Yellowstone’s “American Serengeti” is a nod to East Africa’s ecosystem of vast open plains, savanna and woodlands that is home to a drizzling array of wildlife.
Fascinating Facts About Yellowstone National Park
Before your visit, here are some fascinating facts you may not have known about the wildlife, natural wonders and storied past of this beloved national park.
Yellowstone: A Problem for a Born Naturalist | A Glimpse Into the Life of a Yellowstone Guide
One week of “assisted searching” on a small-group tour is all you need to prepare yourself for a lifetime of Yellowstone treasure hunting, right at the edge of the road.
Traveler Story: Mammoth Springs, Moose and More in Yellowstone
This was my second trip with Nat Hab and the first time I had ventured to choose the photo itinerary.
The Importance of the North American Grasslands Conservation Act for Native Lands and Bison
How do we stop our grasslands from disappearing and instead, save and maintain them for future generations?
National Bison Month: From Conflict to Conservation
From gaining a deeper understanding of these iconic creatures to getting wild with them in Yellowstone National Park, here are five of our favorite ways to commemorate the monthlong event.
10 Reasons to Visit Yellowstone National Park in Winter
Winter is a pristine time in the Lamar Valley and the rest of the park, a time when nature enthusiasts can commune with the landscape and feel the raw authenticity of a winter wildlife safari.
The Winter Ecology of Yellowstone: Wildlife Survival Strategies & Adaptations to Climate Change
Every resident animal, plant and microbe species in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem evolved over millions of years to endure the extreme elements.
A Photographer’s Guide to Visiting Yellowstone in Winter
Particularly for shutterbugs, Yellowstone National Park winter visits are legendary.
Small Wonders on a Yellowstone Wolf & Wildlife Photo Safari
Wherever your travels take you next, to Africa, Asia or right here in our own backyard in North America’s national parks, don’t forget to appreciate the less-obvious, diminutive highlights.
Grand Teton National Park Photo-Essay: from Marmots to Moose and Pikas to Pronghorn
Go to Grand Teton National Park in the fall as I recently did, and see moose to marmots and pronghorn to pikas!