In the northwest corner of Wyoming in the American West is a large complex of parkland which includes both Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park.
The two parks and surrounding forest and mountains comprise a large outdoor complex: the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
We were on a two-week road trip from California to Wyoming in early September, 2014.
We saw over one hundred wild bison in our first five minutes in Yellowstone, and would continue to see large herds throughout the visit. They are the featured star of Yellowstone–have free range to roam wherever they want within park boundaries.
It is a miraculous success story that there are any bison today. North America’s American bison populations have fluctuated dramatically from over 60 million in the…
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