America's famed park is one of the best places to view wildlife in the lower 48 states.
More than 4,000 bison -- the largest land mammal in North America -- reside in Yellowstone National Park.
Travel on a winter safari to Yellowstone for a rare expedition away from summer crowds.
Spot the great horned owl, named for its "pointy" tufts of feathers.
No matter the season, Yellowstone is one of the most spectacular destinations in all of North America. The first national park in the United States, Yellowstone is home to bison, bald eagles, bears, elk, buffalo, moose, coyotes, foxes and, once again, gray wolves. Eliminated from the park by the 1920s, wolves were reintroduced in 1995, and are now found throughout the region.
Yellowstone Wolf Quest Days are spent intensely focused on seeing gray wolves in the wild. Itinerary highlights include Lamar Valley and Paradise Valley. 6-day tours from $3,195
Classic Yellowstone Wildlife Safari The quintessential Yellowstone itinerary, offered in both fall and spring. Itinerary highlights include Grand Teton National Park, Old Faithful and Yellowstone Lake. 7-day tours from $3,795
Classic Yellowstone Photo Safari Capture the golden autumn of Yellowstone with local photographers. Itinerary highlights include Grand Teton National Park, Geyser Basins, Lamar Valley and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River. 8-day tours from $4,795
Yellowstone: Winter Photo Expedition During the quiet season at Yellowstone, wolves are more plentiful than people. Itinerary highlights include Geyser Basin, Grand Teton National Park and National Elk Refuge. 8-day tours from $5,895