Yellowstone Photo Gallery
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Bison graze on a cool
September morning in the
Upper Geyser Basin near
Old Faithful Geyser.
This graceful twist in Trout Creek, just as
it enters Hayden Valley, resembles the
ancient Chinese yin-yang symbol, later
adopted as the trademark of the Northern
Pacific Railroad, one of Yellowstone's
early promotors.
An American Bald Eagle along
Yellowstone Lake
(below) Fishing Cone,
Thumb Geyser Basin
(along Yellowstone Lake)
One of Yellowstone's last beggar bears.
This black bear near Dunraven Pass, from
a June 1975 photo, may have been in for a
handout, a practice prohibited in the park.
Such human-bear interaction is
detrimental to bears and humans alike.
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