The nonprofit Yellowstone Association educates Yellowstone National Park visitors by offering trip planners, books, videos, and guided classes through Yellowstone Park by our field institute.
Yellowstone Association Field Guides
Yellowstone is one of the largest, richest ecosystems in the temperate world, offering a fantastic array of mammals, birds, and plants to anyone who cares to look out the window or take a short walk down a quiet pathway. Among the animal species found in the park are approximately 67 mammals, 16 fish (11 native, 5 non-native), 6 reptiles, 4 amphibians, and 322 birds.
Stay at least 25 yards from Yellowstone’s large mammals and 100 yards from a bear. Needless to say, do not feed Yellowstone’s animals. Human food can harm their digestive systems and, over time, makes wild animals less wary of dangers like cars or poachers. Read More...