Whether your stunning Yellowstone pictures were beautifully arranged or snapped by accident, the National Park Service is looking for entries to their 10th annual Yellowstone Park Fall Photo Festival.
The event is cosponsored by the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center in West Yellowstone, MT, so thank you for your support.
I almost spilled my Saturday morning Espresso when this awesome music kicked in. Nice majestic Yellowstone video from Utah Video Production‘s Jayson Jenson. Loved the buffalo time-lapse effect too. Beautiful colors, unique shots, professional editing. Well done!
From scenic lake views to engaging wildlife adventures, Jayson nicely captured the Yellowstone we’ve grown to love.
Take a breath, hit play, and watch the majestic Yellowstone beauty unfold.
Great new video by CaublePhotography. Love the time-lapse effect with the buffalo, and the steam rising at the hills.
Thanks to MThalmann1 for editing this serene video of bison in Yellowstone Park
Great footage of a beautiful black bear trying to hide a small carcass in the grass. Love the final shot across the water too.
Tough cinnamon-colored black bear crashes down a rapid near Canyon Bridge in Yellowstone Park.
Poor fella, glad you’re made it ok.
Longer footage of a Grizzly bear searching for food close to the road at Sylvan Pass in Yellowstone Park.
If traveling to Yellowstone, don’t forget to brush up on how to minimize the dangers of a bear encounter.
A grizzly bear sow and two cubs captured by Yellowstone National Park staff have been linked to the scene of the recent mauling death of a hiker in the Hayden Valley. Results from genetic (DNA) tests obtained from bear hair and scat samples indicate the 250-pound, 6 to 7 year-old sow was present at the scene on the Mary Mountain Trail where hiker John Wallace’s body was recovered August 26.
The Grizzly bear sow was killed. Her two cubs were placed into captivity at Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center in West Yellowstone, Montana.
Beautiful footage of two Grizzly cubs playing in Yellowstone. Trees block the view at first, but you can see the Grizzly cubs in full glory a little later.
Grizzly cubs are typically born in midwinter. The number of cubs born is often related to the local food supply with twins being the most common.
A strong bond between mother and cubs protects them from other bears and predators until they are about 2 years old. Grizzly cubs are born blind and weigh less than a pound.
In the wild, Grizzlies can live up to 15-20 years, so we wish these two youngsters lots of luck. Thanks to wyoridgerunner for a great video.
Check out this great Yellowstone Grizzly bear video captured on June 10th, 2011 by nicholaslee21.
A male Grizzly can run up to 30 mp/h, covering 109 yards in 6 seconds. When females run with their cubs, they often lope at around 15 mp/h.
Awesome video Nick!
Check out this awesome video of a Bald Eagle captured by the Old Faithful webcam.
Bald Eagles are one of the most cherished birds of prey in Yellowstone. The wingspan of an eagle can be over 7 feet. They can weigh up to 13 pounds and stand at almost 3 feet tall.
Great to see a Yellowstone Grizzly from this close!
Remember to stay at least 100 yard away from bears in Yellowstone Park though.