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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Pair of Grizzlies

The Grizzly Bear, 'Ursos arctos', recognized by its shoulder hump and dish shaped face, can weigh over a thousand pounds....

Pheasant in Flight Tack/Pin

Pheasant in Flight,a tack/pin, is an original antler casting hand-made and hand-painted by John Rasmussen, a master carver. This piece...

Pilot and Index Peaks, Absaroka Range, Wyoming.

Early morning view in late June from Mud Lake, view toward the west. Pilot Peak (11,706 feet), the glacier carved...

Pilot & Index Peaks, Absaroka Range, Wyoming.

Morning view toward the west along the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River. Pilot Peak, the classic glacier carved...

Pilot and Index Peaks, Absaroka Range, Wyoming, Early Morning October.

Photographed in late September, early morning view toward the west. Pilot Peak, the glacier carved horn peak (11,708 ft....

Pilot and Index Peaks, Absaroka Range, Wyoming.

Photographed in late September, early evening - view toward the west. Pilot Peak, the glacier carved horn peak (11,708 ft....

Pilot and Index Peaks, Absaroka Range, Wyoming.

Photographed in late September from the Sunlight Basin view toward the west. Pilot Peak, the classic glacier carved horn...

Pilot and Index Peaks, Absaroka Range, Wyoming.

Mid-September view from the east, late afternoon. Pilot Peak, the glacier-carved horn peak (11,708ft), was first climbed in 1928. Index...

Pilot and Index Peaks, Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River, Absaroka Range, Wyoming.

Early morning, soon after sunrise, in late June. View toward the west. Pilot Peak, the classic glacier carved horn peak,...

Pilot and Index Peaks, Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River, Absaroka Range, Wyoming.

Early morning, soon after sunrise, in late June. View toward the west. Pilot Peak, the classic glacier carved horn peak,...

Pronghorn Tack/Pin

This pronghorn tack/pin, is an original antler casting hand-made and hand-painted by John Rasmussen, a master carver. The attention to...

Pygmy Owl

Northern Pygmy Owl in winter snow.
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