Where the Buffalo Roam

I was going through my photos for a project I am working on and got side tracked by some of these beautiful wildlife photos I took in Yellowstone National Park last summer. National Parks are a great place to see wildlife in their natural habitat as they are protected. Just be cautious, because they may come very close to areas where there are people and can be dangerous if you get too close. Especially in oncoming traffic!

Buffalo walking down the street
We named this guy Manny Tatonka. He was just strolling down the street in Yellowstone National Park and actually making pretty good time. Although we did see him cross the double yellows a few times.
Young elk at rivers edge with their mother in Yellowstone National Park
Young elk at rivers edge with their mother in Yellowstone National Park

                   

They still have their spots. Two young elk test their independence at the edge of the river in Yellowstone National Park
They still have their spots. Two young elk test their independence at the edge of the river in Yellowstone National Park
Mountain goat A big horned sheep sits on a ledge overlooking the road in Yellowstone National Park on a ledge overlooking the road in Yellowstine National Park
A big horned sheep sits on a ledge overlooking the road in Yellowstone National Park

         

A lonely buffalo standing in a geyser basin with steam rising from the ground around him at Yellowstone National Park
A lonely buffalo standing in a geyser basin with steam rising from the ground around him at Yellowstone National Park
Baby Buffalo smelling flowers in meadow in Yellowstone National Park
Baby Buffalo smelling flowers in meadow in Yellowstone National Park
Young bison relaxing in the meadow in Yellowstone National Park
Nap time! Young bison relaxing in the meadow in Yellowstone National Park
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