Trip Pictures

Moose

Elk

Elk

Elk

Elk

Elk

Elk

Hiking

Hiking

Yellowstone

Yellowstone

Yellowstone

Jess and Amber

Coyote

Coyote

Coyote

Coyote

Coyote

Coyote

Coyote

Coyote

Yellowstone

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Over the the long New Year's weekend of 1 Jan 10, Tracy and I went to Yellowstone with Jess

and Amber.  Winter is a great time to see animals, and we especially wanted to find wolves.

We ran into some blowing snow on the drive into West Yellowstone on Thursday night, but

other than that, the weather was nice.  In fact, there wasn't nearly as much snow in

Yellowstone or Cooke City as we have normally seen.  We did a little hiking on the Blacktail

Deer Creek Trail (Google Map) and on the Slough Creek Road.  We saw just about every

winter critter there is to see in Yellowstone: Gray wolves, Bald eagles, Golden eagles, Bighorn

sheep, Elk, Bison, Mule deer, and Coyotes.  We saw nearly a dozen coyotes...it was kinda

weird.  We also saw a bunch of eagles outside the park.  We heard wolves howling, which is

the best part of Yellowstone, I think.  All in all, it was another good winter trip to Yellowstone.