Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park was established in 1872 by an act of the U.S. Congress as the world's first national park. Encomposing 2.2 million acres, this unique ecosystem, with its varied landscape and diverse animal populations, is considered by some to be the greatest natural preserve on the North American continent. More than two-thirds of the world's active geysers lie within its borders along with thundering waterfalls, gurgling hot springs, majestic canyons, raging rivers, and vast forests. Home to elk, deer, antelope, bison, moose, grizzly and black bears, and the newly re-introduced grey wolf, and other wildlife, Yellowstone remains a vital testement to the preservation of wild lands.

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Magpie Flying

The magpie is a common bird of the Rockies that feeds off of insects, picnic scraps and carrion. This...

Mammoth Hot Springs

In a cold autumn rain the colors of the hot springs terraces are muted and rich. The rapidly advancing front...

Mammoth Hot Springs

First published by The Illustrated London News, August 29, 1874. This is a high quality color reproduction using the latest...

Mammoth Hot Springs Collage

This wonderful collage expresses a myriad of what makes Yellowstone National Park a national treasure.  This highly detailed pen and...

Mammoth Hot Springs Elk

This incredibly intricate rendering of a royal bull elk standing in the foreground of Mammoth Hot Springs in northern Yellowstone...

Mammoth Terraces

The Mammoth Terraces are made of travertine, a type of limestone (calcium carbonate) deposited when hot acidic water dissolves suterranean...

Masked Bison

The American Bison, also known as the American Buffalo, is the true symbol of the American West. In the winter...

Medium Pitcher HORSE

This porcelain pitcher was hand-thrown by Kim Norby then airbrushed and glazed by her husband Thom.  Their horse design is...

Medium Pitcher WOLVES

This porcelain pitcher was hand-thrown by Kim Norby then airbrushed and glazed by her husband Thom.  Their wolf design is...

Midway Geyser Basin

Miles to Go Wolves

A procession of wolves make their way through a wintery Yellowstone landscape.  The startling detail in this composition is a...

Minus Thirty Degrees

First week of March. Osborne Russell, one of the earliest trappers to visit Yellowstone, was awed by the beauty of...
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