Yellowstone Magic

Yellowstone National Park

August 11, 2016

We started out early on our 229 mile loop from Cody, Wyoming along the scenic Chief Joseph Highway to Cooke City.  This is the northeast entrance to Yellowstone National Park.  A quiet side of the park that is packed with wildlife along the LaMar River and the LaMar Valley.  We headed south at Tower to Hayden Valley.  We were amazed at the amount of wildlife that we spotted and the traffic jams that went for miles.

A view of the Yellowstone River as the buffalo enjoy grazing in the early afternoon.

_DSC8857_8_9_2014-08-11-Yellowstone-Hayden-ValleyThis huge aggressive bull was rubbing his head on this tree, eating the bark and snorting at the crowd enjoying his antics.

DSC_6379-2014-08-11-Yellowstone-Rvr-Hayden2We watched this small flock of white pelicans fishing together along the Yellowstone River in the Hayden Valley.  They worked as a team to corral the fish and they swallowed them whole.



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