May 22, 2010

Yellowstone National Park

Visitors to Yellowstone National Park in May are here to view the animals of Yellowstone.

Animals are seen in virtually every open field and on most hillsides.

The bald eagle can be seen all summer long.

In May, bison and elk alike can easily be seen from the road in the safety of your car.

The animals primary activity is eating.

As summer progresses, the animals will venture farther from human territory as the snows of winter melt up in the mountains, making food more easily accessible there.

More eating.

If they aren't eating, they are likely to be staring at you wondering what the heck you are.

And sometimes you will find them sitting down and resting...both old and young alike.
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To be continued...

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