West Yellowstone, Montana
August 19, 2012
“Where are the grizzlies and wolves?” the most asked question in Yellowstone National Park. Here are a few:
Grizzly shaking off the water after a little swim. This guy was enormous!
The pack is back in Yellowstone. This is one of the gray wolf pack. The gray wolf is the largest of North America’s wild canid predators and is identical to wolves found in Alaska and Canada. Gray wolves weigh between 50 and 130 pounds. In the heat of summer, their fur coat is very thin.
Our third visit to Old Faithful was a little disappointing as the eruption was not as awesome as we have seen in the past.