Part of Yellowstone's Wonderland
Wolf Watchers on the Road
The Lamar Valley is often called the "Serengeti of North America" for its abundant wildlife. It's easy to see bison, elk, and pronghorns. From winter into spring you can see wolves from the Druid Peak and Slough Creek packs. Coyotes, birds of prey, and many other animals feast directly or indirectly on the valley's richness.
Get off the Road!
There's a road through the north side of the valley that's open all year. It's crawling with wildlife watchers. SPers should park at the Soda Creek trailhead and walk up the Lamar River Trail. I've collected some pictures to whet your appetite.
Feel free to attach your own pictures, too.
No roadside pictures please. Except for that one of mine ---->
There's lots of tourist information on the internet about Yellowstone. Start with the official site
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