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028 - Winter in Yellowstone, Wyoming (Print)
Photograph America Newsletter on Winter in Yellowstone, Wyoming
 
The most dramatic images of winter can be captured in Yellowstone National Park. Most of the wildlife gather around the thermal basins where snowfall quickly melts. Bison, coyote, swans, and elk are everywhere and easily photographed. Erupting geysers are much more dramatic when venting steam strikes the frozen air. This issue gives you all the details on making lodging and snowcoach reservations. Where to stay, when to arrive, and how to reserve the available over-the-snow transportation for dawn-to-dusk photo explorations around the lower section of the park. Lots of cold-weather photo advice and tips on where to find the wildlife. This is a must-do trip for every nature photographer's winter calendar.
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Printed Issue, sent via USPS
Updated - November 2009
The most dramatic images of winter can be captured in Yellowstone National Park. Wildlife as bison, coyote, swans, and elk gather around the thermal basins where snowfall quickly melts. Erupting geysers are much more dramatic when venting steam strikes the frozen air.
Shipping and handling charges $1.25.
Locations
  • Alum Creek
  • Artist Point
  • Biscuit Basin
  • Black Sand Basin
  • Blacktain Plateau
  • Buffalo Valley
  • Canyon Junction
  • Elk Refuge
  • Excelsior Geyser
  • Firehole River
  • Flagg Ranch
  • Fountain Paint Pots
  • Gardiner River Canyon
  • Geyser Hill
  • Gibbon Falls
  • Grandview Point
  • Hayden Valley
  • Jackson Hole
  • Lamar Valley
  • Lookout Point
  • Mammoth Hot Spring
  • Morning Glory Pool
  • Old Faithful Geyser
  • Oxbow Bend
  • Porcelain Basin
  • Snake River Overlook
  • Tetons
  • Tower Junction
  • Yellowstone Falls