Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park: Amazing Animals!

Elk Crossing Road

Elk Crossing Road

Mother Pronghorn and Twins

Mother Pronghorn and Twins

Bison Grazing

Bison Grazing

Bison Face

Bison Face

Mother Bison and Calf

Mother Bison and Calf

Flock of Bighorn Sheep

Flock of Bighorn Sheep

Bighorn Sheep Looking at You

Bighorn Sheep Looking at You

Bighorn Sheep Sticking out Tongue

Bighorn Sheep Sticking out Tongue

Bull Moose with Spectacular Rack

Bull Moose with Spectacular Rack

Female Moose Eating Willow Leaves

Female Moose Eating Willow Leaves

Mother Grizzly Bear

Mother Grizzly Bear

Grizzly Bear Family

Grizzly Bear Family

White-Tailed Deer with 8-Point Antlers

White-Tailed Deer with 8-Point Antlers

Uinta Ground Squirrel Resting

Uinta Ground Squirrel Resting

Uinta Ground Squirrel's Gnawing Teeth

Uinta Ground Squirrel’s Gnawing Teeth

National Park Service Mule

National Park Service Mule

Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park is the best place to view wildlife!  It is amazing how many animals you can see by simply driving the loop road through the park.  Our favorite times to visit are late spring and early Fall.  More info is at:  http://www.nps.gov/grte/index.htm

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