Infographic: Winter Wildlife Watching
Yellowstone is teeming with wildlife when the park is covered with snow. Bison, coyotes, foxes, and more trudging and pouncing. Here’s how to turn your Yellowstone visit into a winter wildlife adventure. After you’ve finished exploring, come and get cozy at Mammoth Hot Springs & Cabins or the Old Faithful Snow Lodge & Cabins.
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Wake Up to Winter Wildlife
Come with us on a winter wildlife safari! The Northern Range is an excellent habitat for wildlife, there are wide open grassy valleys that in the winter are covered with less snow than other locations in the parkLearn More
Winter Photo Safari
Steamy thermal features, cold winter temperatures, and bison trudging through the snow all equal a wonderland that is sure to delight and challenge photographers of all levels.Learn More
Firehole Basin Winter Adventure
A journey along Yellowstone’s Firehole River can reward you with spectacular scenery, wildlife watching and an increased admiration for what the early visitors and military personnel enjoyed and endured.Learn More
Madison Wildlife Excursion
The 7-mile corridor that parallels the Madison River west of Madison Junction will be the focal point of this search for wildlife in their winter habitat. Many species of birds and mammals winter along this scenic route and you never know what you might see.