National Park

Entrance to Yellowstone National Park (upper right);  West Yellowstone, Montana (above) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

Brown bear and wolf seen during a visit to the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center in West Yellowstone before setting off to the Park - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
A bald eagle and nest seen from the coach on the way to the Park - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Yellowstone National Park - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Mule deer and bison were frequently seen from the coach . . .
. . . but moose proved completely elusive - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

But probably most people come to Yellowstone to see Old Faithful.

A clock face (left) in the Old Faithful Lodge (above)  indicates the next predicted eruption of the Old Faithful geyser to within ten minutes.

PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

Old Faithfull taken on different days - PHOTOs (left) John Jogia, (right) Malcolm McCrow

Although Old Faithfull (above) is the best known geyser the nearby Beehive Geyser (right) is equally spectacular, if more infrequent and less predictable - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
The state lines of Montana, Wyoming and Idaho all cross the Park.  Yellowstone Falls in the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone is in Wyoming.  Because of the colour of the stone, this area is also known as Artist's Gallery - PHOTOs John Jogia
Grand Canyon of Yellowstone - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Grand Canyon of Yellowstone - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

Taken during a tour of Yellowstone . . .
. . . which ended up at Mammoth Hot Springs (above) from where we returned to West Yellowstone for the night - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow    


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