March… the month of the wolf. With winter loosening it grip for the first time the Park’s wildlife begins to come out including grizzlies.
February is a cold month in Yellowstone, filled with snow and ice, but it is a beautiful time. It is also mating season for wolves so they are out and about.
April can be a mystery box of opportunities in Yellowstone, as it seems each year the snow levels and activity are completely differen
Fall brings about a boost to wildlife activity in the park. Most visitors come to see and photograph the elk and moose ruts.
Photographs of early winter in Yellowstone National Park featuring wildlife, Lava Creek, Abiathar Peak, and Undine Falls.
October...Fall colors, elk rut, cool mornings, steam on the water, less visitors and (often) magical light.
Wolves are out and about, their prey is in the valley, so they too are within sight of the road that runs through the "Northern Valley."