Winter is one of my favorite times of year to visit the park because the wolves, fox and coyotes do very well in winter. In addition, the snow makes them easier to spot and when you do spot them, their full winter coats look great in pictures.
A gray member of the Lamar Canyon wolf pack walks up a hillside in the Lamar Valley as the rising sun illuminates the scene from behind.
An American bald eagle takes off from a frosted tree in the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park.
A coyote makes its way through the snow that fills the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park.
Here’s a Lamar Valley sunrise on a cold morning (-5º) in Yellowstone National Park.
This is a photo of a winter landscape of a ridge above Lamar Valley in Yellowstone National Park.
The sun sets over the Absaroka Mountain Range and the freezing Yellowstone River just outside of Yellowstone National Park.
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