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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Resting, Castle Geyser

Artist Tah Madsen captures the quiet presence of a "Resting" Castle Geyser, one of Yellowstone's most recognized thermal features, in...

Restless

The bison, or American Buffalo roams in large numbers in Yellowstone. This is a 9x12 beautifully framed stretched canvas...

River Otter Family

The River Otter, 'Lontra canadensis', is a playful, weasel-like carnivore that feeds on fish, turtles and crayfish. It can be...

Riverside Geyser

Located in the Upper Geyser Basin (Old Faithful area) of Yellowstone National Park, Riverside Geyser is one of the most...

Riverside Moose

The Moose, 'Alces alces', is the monarch of the northern forests and mountains and is found among willows, aspens, and...

Roosevelt Arch

The Roosevelt Arch was designed by U.S. Army Engineer Hiram Chittenden and was dedicated by President Theodore Roosevelt during his...

Roosevelt Arch

The historical Roosevelt Arch is located in Gardiner, Montana at the North Entrance to Yellowstone National Park. A herd...

Roosevelt Arch and Bison

American Bison grazing in the shadow of Roosevelt Arch in Yellowstone. This beautiful photo has been permanently transferred to a...

Running Wolves

This photograph on slate shows two Yellowstone wolves on a run (in play or running in pursuit of their prey?)...

Second Meadow, Slough Creek, Wyoming.

View from the lower Second Meadow of Slough Creek just before sundown in early October. Cutoff Mountain and Gun Sight...

Second Meadow, Slough Creek, Wyoming.

View from the lower Second Meadow of Slough Creek, just before sundown, in early October. Cuttoff Mountain and Gun Sight...

September Sundown, Lamar Valley, Wyoming.

Photographed in late September, moments before sunset, in the northeastern quadrant of Yellowstone National Park. View toward the southeast. Osborne...
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