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Spotting Wildlife in the Tetons and Yellowstone

We saw so much wildlife in the Tetons and Yellowstone, that my girlfriend and I started naming the animals. No, nothing like Bob or Susie. We created fun names – at least we thought so, laughing as we pointed and shouted them out throughout the trip – and a whole bunch of great memories. Here are some of my favorite photos of our favorite animals in both of the parks…

Deer were everywhere on a short trail at the Colter Bay in the Tetons

Deer were everywhere on a short trail at the Colter Bay in the Tetons on our first night

Road side pronghorn in the Tetons!

Road side pronghorn in the Tetons!

"Twin Baby Moose!" looking as blurry and elusive as Sasquatch

“Twin Baby Moose!” looking as blurry and elusive as Sasquatch

Hanging out having a nut in a tree in the Tetons

Hanging out having a nut in a tree in the Tetons

"Senor Fluffy Tail" did not want his picture taken in Cascade Canyon in the Tetons

“Senor Fluffy Tail” did not want his picture taken in Cascade Canyon in the Tetons

Baby elk everywhere in the Tetons!

Baby elk everywhere in the Tetons!

Yellowstone's Baby Buffalo!

Yellowstone’s Baby Buffalo!

Wallow-rolling Buffalo!

Wallow-rolling Buffalo!

Yellowstone's Chuck Wagon Horses

Yellowstone’s Chuck Wagon Horses

"Spay Day Buffalo" at Yellowstone's Mud Volcano

“Spay Day Buffalo” at Yellowstone’s Mud Volcano

Elk lounging in Yellowstone's Mammoth Hot Springs

Elk lounging in Yellowstone’s Mammoth Hot Springs

A brown...um...black bear in Yellowstone

A brown…um…black bear in Yellowstone

Why'd the baby bear cub cross the road?

Why’d the baby bear cub cross the road?

Coyote hunting "Twin Baby Buffalo" in Yellowstone's Lamar Valley

Coyote hunting “Twin Baby Buffalo” in Yellowstone’s Lamar Valley

Yellowstone's Snake River Shaking Bathing Buffalo

Yellowstone’s Snake River Shaking Bathing Buffalo

Yellowstone's East Entrance Moose

Yellowstone’s East Entrance Moose

Yellowstone's East Entrance Preening Bald Eagle

Yellowstone’s East Entrance Preening Bald Eagle

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3 Comments on “Spotting Wildlife in the Tetons and Yellowstone”

  1. Traveling Ted (@travelingted) August 30, 2015 at 8:23 pm #

    Wow, pretty impressive collection of nature shots. I will be going to Theodore Roosevelt National Park next week. I hope I see half of what you saw. There will be no bears or moose there though.

    • Jason's Travels August 30, 2015 at 8:35 pm #

      TRNP is awesome. Definitely one of my favorite parks. Have an amazing adventure! PS…the north side is the best, IMHO.

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