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A grizzled old ram relaxes along the banks of the North Fork of the Shoshone River Saturday after eating some of the first green grass of spring. Bighorn sheep, bison and even a grizzly bear were wandering the river between Wapiti and the east entrance to Yellowstone National Park.
A grizzled old ram relaxes along the banks of the North Fork of the Shoshone River Saturday after eating some of the first green grass of spring. Bighorn sheep, bison and even a grizzly bear were wandering the river between Wapiti and the east entrance to Yellowstone National Park.

Intelligent Travel: On safari in North America

From the bloggers at Intelligent Travel.

Discard the idea that you have to be in Africa to go on safari. Instead, head for the “Serengeti of North America”—the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem—which is spread across the states of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho.

Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks form the heart of this 34,375-square-mile swath, which packs in more wildlife than anywhere else in the lower 48 states and egionepresents one of the last large, nearly intact temperate ecosystems in the world.

Here, wild nature still reigns. Grizzly bears lumber through willow flats, wolf howls echo across misty morning air, wild bison kick up prairie dust, and birds of prey soar on puffs of wind.

To read the full story by Intelligent Travel, click here.

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