Late last night we received our first Yellowstone report from Diane Bentivegna of National WolfWatcher Coalition. It appears the Wolf Conservation Center's Summer Yellowstone Adventure is off to an awesome start! Big thanks to Diane for sharing her experience and WCC's Spencer Wilhelm for the photos.
Day One in Yellowstone by Diane Bentivegna
Towering 50 feet over us as we arrived through the North Entrance, the Roosevelt Arch, Yellowstone’s first major gateway, welcomed us via the town of Gardiner, a vibrant and hospitable western town. With so many different animal species populating Yellowstone, we knew it was impossible to conclude this trip without sighting a myriad of the park’s wild inhabitants. And, just as anticipated, an amazing display of free roaming wildlife quickly materialized, captivating our excitement and utter joy!
|Black Beta Male 754M of the Lamar Canyon Pack|