Spring Wildlife Watching
May 31-June 3
Natural History, Wildlife
Yellowstone’s northern range is known worldwide for its charismatic megafauna, such as grizzly bears, bison, wolves, and elk. You’ll spend three full days looking for these and other wild animals and learning how they fit into the park’s ecosystem.
Enjoy early morning and afternoon searches for wolves, bears, and songbirds, in addition to falcons and other birds of prey as they migrate back to the area. Keep a watchful eye on the ground, too, where you might spot small animals.
Note: No lodging is provided for this course. You can find more information on Gardiner-based lodging in the course letter below.
About the instructor
Amanda Evans is a Yellowstone Forever lead field educator. Her passion for wildlife and wild places has taken her to working in California, Texas, Wyoming, Alaska, and Montana. She feels that it is through first hand experience with the natural world that people build the strongest connections to it. Her goal is to use education to foster the same appreciation she feels and to inspire others to preserve and protect nature in all spaces.
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