This shorter version of our 2-day safari may be right for you. Enjoy a winter day watching Yellowstone's diverse wildlife and predator-prey interaction. December through April.
Winter is a time of big animals (bison, elk, moose, bighorn sheep, wolf, mule deer, and coyote) on big landscapes. The Northern Range of the Yellowstone Ecosystem harbors the greatest diversity and concentration of large, romantic, and highly visible wildlife anywhere during a North American winter. We see hundreds to thousands of bison and elk, packs of coyotes and wolves, herds of bighorn, mule deer and pronghorn. Eagle, raven, and magpie occur throughout the range.
The Winter season from December through April is by far the best time for watching wolves. The animals simply are more visible on snow. Elk, their most common prey, are concentrated at lower elevations in large herds. Wolves are more easily seen as they track, hunt, or feed on an open landscape in the vicinity of these herds. We have the opportunity to observe not only the animals themselves but also their behavior and relationships. These are once-in-a-lifetime experiences that few people ever imagine!
"In memory of wolves "06 Female" and "754M"
For parties of 8 or more contact us for rates.
Rates valid through April 15, 2017.
* We reserve the right to add a fuel surcharge ($10 - $20)
to our rates in the event that fuel prices rise dramatically.