Antlers Lodge Cooke City
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... cars having had our fill of buffalo sightings. As we approached the heard, the head buffalo began a slow trot towards the road and us. We had no choice but to speed up and try to beat the head buffalo onto the road.
We made it in front of the buffalo by a few feet, and was happy to not have to risk getting caught in the heard. Once in front we slowed and were treated to a show few have ever seen. The buffalo (all 150 or so) began a slow trot toward us. Being in front it ...
... continued on.
There were a lot of pretty turn outs along the way to Lamar Valley and we frequently stopped for a scenery break. When we finally made it to Lamar Valley we realized this is where the big herds of bison were hanging out. We sat upon an outcropping watching them and taking pictures for a while before we decided it was time to move on to Cooke for our last overnight before heading off through the Beartooth Mountains on our trek home.
... Loop via
Maddison, Norris and Canyon to more spectacular country, waterfalls, and rivers
that were getting wilder and bigger as the many feeders joined and fed the
Yellowstone River. As we headed North to our stop over destination our wildlife
tour really started with Deer, Antelope, Moose , a very scared Kyote,
Bison/Buffalo, a Marmot, and an Osprey Nest complete with Chicks. At one ...
... out. I never knew Pete to exaggerate much, but I'm hoping he was pulling my leg, hoof or paw.
OK, that problem solved back to our regularly scheduled program of Nature's Wild. ( By the way, Mutual of Omaha, is a life insurance company, are they trying to tell us nature is dangerous?).
Sadie has absolutely no idea what to think about Buffalos. Are they dogs the size of small cars? They ...
... are not able to be released into the wild. Up the track a bit further there's an owl, 2 golden eagles and 3 bald eagles. One of the bald eagles has neuro damage due to people baiting rats, birds eating the birds and eagles eating the birds. Back onto the bike after our bear and wolf fix and into Yellowstone National Park. The scenery on the northern loop is very different to where we went yesterday and is quite spectacular: more huge mountainous and lots ...