Yellowstone National Park has 4 seasons that can change at any time. Summer is for eating…. Fall is for mating… Winter is for surviving ….and Spring is for re- birth. And for thousands of years this real life drama has performed the same 4 act play over and over again…… Yellowstone in Four Seasons.
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Yellowstone has 4 seasons that can change at any time. Summer is for eating…. Fall is for mating… Winter is for surviving ….and Spring is for re- birth.
Every year, millions of people visit Yellowstone National Park. Most come in Summer, to watch herds of bison, experience the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone and yes, of course, watch Old Faithfull erupt. Fall brings a change of color to the park. Temperatures begin to drop, along with the number of visitors to the park, so the animals have the roads to themselves. Moose enjoy the last of the sunshine and bull elk are in full rut.
Winter’s first snows may come as early as September and last into July. During this very long season, temperatures often dip and stay well below zero. Days grow shorter, the sun is elusive, and the park is blanketed in a thick coat of white. Everything in Yellowstone looks different in winter.
Spring is a time of rebirth and reawakening. The Ice and snow begin to melt. Mother nature breathes new life into a landscape that was once dormant and a new generation of hungry mouths needs constant feeding.
Regardless of season in Yellowstone, one thing is for certain. There is plenty to marvel at, to absorb, to take in. But the vast common ground of any visit to Yellowstone is this: Mother Nature has worked millions of years to sculpt this grand treasure, and her finest work is on display for us all to appreciate and enjoy. Yellowstone’s splendor lies in its solitude, it’s grandness, it’s complexity and it’s simplicity. And for thousands of years this real life drama has performed the same 4 act play over and over again. …… Yellowstone in Four Seasons.