Roadschooling West to East – Wyoming Wildlife

Wyoming – so many words to describe it. Wildlife is a big one. Touring around in the midday is not the best time to catch wildlife. Fortunately for us it was very mild and we were never short for elk or bison sightings. We were really hoping to see a bear and a moose. The bear let us watch him forage just off the road. The moose? He remained reclusive.

We learned that the “buffalo” in America aren’t technically buffalo – they are bison. And they’re pretty stubborn animals. They caused many a traffic jam in Yellowstone as the herd decided to cross the road, or meander in the road. Nobody cared though – they were so fun to watch.

Black Bear in the Grand Tetons Wyoming Not So SAHM

Bear in the Tetons

Elk in Yellowstone Wyoming Not So SAHM

Elk in Yellowstone

Baby bison kisses mama bison in Yellowstone National Park Not So SAHM

Bison baby kiss (I can’t stand it, so cute!)


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