Whether you're going to Yellowstone National Park in the winter or in summer, you can check out many wildlife and watch geysers pumping steamy water into the air. From seeing the grizzlies and wolves at the top of the food chain to snowmobiling on park trails in the wintertime, you'll be blown away at the unique tourism activities offered to you.
Since grizzly bears living south of the Canadian/U. S. border were listed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in 1975 as a threatened species, their numbers have expanded. In 1975 there were 136 grizzlies in the 14 million acres known as the Greater Yellowstone Area (GYA), that includes Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, plus surrounding National Forest lands and neighboring private land and ranches. The most recent grizzly count in 2010 generated 602 bears. Wolf numbers have observed similar expansions, with no breeding wolf pairs known to inhabit Yellowstone in the 1990s to 98 wolves in 10 packs in Yellowstone by 2011. There's no question that when you take the two-day Yellowstone Predators Photo Tour, you're going to come away with the thrill of a lifetime.
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