Yellowstone in June!

I believe the world is incomprehensibly beautiful — an endless prospect of magic and wonder.

~Ansel Adams

Join me, June 2-9, 2016, for an unforgettable experience in an incomprehensibly beautiful place – the world’s first national park, Yellowstone! This year marks 100 years since the creation of the National Park Service, and there is no better way to celebrate than by visiting Yellowstone. We will spend our days exploring Yellowstone’s unique thermal areas, beautiful landscapes, and wildlife-rich valleys. I offer small group (4 to 6 participants) field experiences that take you beyond the typical roadside views of this incredible park. Visit my Trips page for more information and to request a registration form. Space is limited. Previous blogs from Yellowstone trips can give you an idea of the wonder and beauty you will experience.

Here are a few images from past trips to entice you.

steam at Grand Geyser

Steam at Grand Geyser (click photos to enlarge)

Calf head

Baby bison will be abundant in early June

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The beautiful Lamar Valley

gray wolf male 2

Gray wolf in Lamar Valley

Mountain Bluebird male

Mountain bluebird

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Hot spring

 

9 thoughts on “Yellowstone in June!

  1. Mike , people go a lifetime and never see a wolf…I came back just to look at those amber eyes once more…also loved that Mountain Bluebird!

  2. Hi Mike,

    Seeing the trip announcement gave me an idea. Will you be offering a Yellowstone trip next year, 2017? My son will be graduating NCSU in Fish/Wildlife next May ( that is if all goes well!) and this trip might be a great present. If not Yellowstone someplace else around that time?

    megan,

    On Fri, Feb 26, 2016 at 7:48 AM, Roads End Naturalist wrote:

    > roadsendnaturalist posted: “I believe the world is incomprehensibly > beautiful — an endless prospect of magic and wonder. ~Ansel Adams Join me, > June 2-9, 2016, for an unforgettable experience in an incomprehensibly > beautiful place – the world’s first national park, Yellowstone! Thi” >

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