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Yellowstone & Grand Tetons Wildlife

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I'm taking my married daughter and granddaughter to Yellowstone and Grand Tetons for 6 days in late July.

Other than bison (I know where they are) I'm looking for places that are frequented by the other wildlife. Bears, moose, deer, elk, etc.

I was there several years ago and other than bison, I didn't come across a lot of wildlife. One moose, a couple of deer, one bear, one in the fox-type family.

We'll be spending 2 nights each in OF, Canyon and Signal Mtn.

We most likely won't go to Mammoth and might get to Lamar depending how the Mt Washburn hike goes. My granddaughter has asked that we try this hike. I did it on my last trip. The trail is very easy though it's probably too long for a 7 year old. The problem is that it starts at 8,800 ft and ends over 10,300 ft.

In general I'm looking for locations frequented by wildlife.

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