What I Saw in Yellowstone

Yellowstone: A Land of Wild and Wonder

Photographer Christopher Cauble reveals the beauty and diversity of Yellowstone National Park in this stunning collection of contemporary photographs. Yellowstone: A Land of Wild and Wonder inspires wanderlust in readers as Cauble takes them on a remarkable journey of discovery. From dramatic landscapes to mesmerizing geyser photos to intimate wildlife portraits...

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What I Saw in Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park: A Chinese Edition
黄石国家公园: 中文版

Beautiful photographs of Yellowstone National Park with interpretive captions in Mandarin Chinese.

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Rough Trip through Yellowstone

Wrecked in Yellowstone

On an island in the middle of Yellowstone Lake in Yellowstone National Park, there’s a wrecked ship—the last dashed hopes of a man determined to find his way in the early profiteering days of the nation’s first national park.

Ambitious, blustery, and paranoid, E. C. Waters arrived in Yellowstone in 1887 and stayed for more than 20 years. He became the most hated businessman in Yellowstone, frustrating park superintendents...

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Rough Trip through Yellowstone

Yellowstone Ranger

Jerry Mernin’s distinguished career in the National Park Service spanned four decades, five national parks, and a remarkable 32-year stay in Yellowstone, the park he loved and never left.

In his long-awaited memoir, Mernin takes readers behind the scenes to learn firsthand what it’s like to be a great park ranger. Along the way he shares a lifetime of exciting adventures...

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Rough Trip through Yellowstone

Rough Trip through Yellowstone

In the winter of 1894, the magazine Forest and Stream sent one of its most talented writers, Emerson Hough, to Yellowstone National Park to document the decline in bison. Under the tutelage of legendary guide Billy Hofer, Hough learned to ski on 12-foot-long wooden slats. He witnessed the arrest of notorious poacher Ed Howell—caught red-handed skinning a bison—and met pioneering photographer F. Jay Haynes.

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Epsilon

Epsilon

Epsilon is a wolf in Yellowstone National Park. He was born there. When he was only a yearling, Epsilon lost his parents in a fight between rival wolf packs. Epsilon, his brother, and his sister escaped, but they had to survive on their own. They learned how to hunt. They grew up. They formed a strong new pack of wolves, and Epsilon became its leader.

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Yellowstone Has Teeth

Yellowstone Has Teeth

In this well-constructed narrative, Ambler reveals a hidden Yellowstone, a place where delight and danger are separated by the slimmest of margins: a degree of pitch on an avalanche slope, a few inches of a buffalo’s horn, a moment during a deadly wildfire...

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What I Saw in Yellowstone

What I Saw in Yellowstone

What I Saw in Yellowstone makes it fun for young people to find and identify the park’s most frequently seen plants, animals, geothermal features, and more, whether they are driving park roads, resting at pull-offs, or hiking. The book is packed with color photos, lively descriptions, fun “guess what” factoids, and precise “where-to-see-it” directions...

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What I Saw in Yellowstone

What I Saw in Grand Teton

What I Saw in Yellowstone makes it fun for young people to find and identify the park’s most frequently seen plants, animals, and more, whether they are driving park roads, resting at pull-offs, or hiking. The book is packed with color photos, lively descriptions, fun “guess what” factoids, and precise “where-to-see-it” directions...

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Women In Wonderland

Women In Wonderland

“Betsy Watry tells the tales of a dozen women, some of whom had short-lived adventures in Yellowstone National Park, but most of whom spent decades as rangers, scientists, interpreters, and entrepreneurs, shaping the Park’s physical and cultural landscape....”
—Dr. Mary Murphy, historian and author of Hope in Hard Times

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Silvertip

Silvertip: A Year in the Life of a Yellowstone Grizzly

“Silvertip” is a grizzly bear in Yellowstone National Park. He’s big and scary—some of the time. He’s playful and brave – some of the time. And he’s almost always hungry. In other words, Silvertip is a typical male grizzly bear, and this book shows you how he lives through a year in Yellowstone National Park...

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Some Like It Hot

Some Like It Hot:

Yellowstone's Favorite Geysers, Hot Springs, and Fumaroles, with Personal Accounts by Early Explorers

Some Like It Hot! is a beautiful visual portrait of Yellowstone National Park's best and most favorite thermal features...

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YELLOWSTONE BEARS IN THE WILD

Yellowstone Bears In the Wild

From claws to cubs, from fur to food, this book accurately describes the lives of grizzly and black bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Written by noted naturalist Dr. Jim Halfpenny...

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YELLOWSTONE WOLVES IN THE WILD

Yellowstone Wolves in the Wild

A dazzling photographic and scientific portrait of how wolves are changing the very nature of Yellowstone. Highly acclaimed for its accuracy and photography of wild wolves....

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THE YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK COOKBOOK

The Yellowstone National Park Cookbook

Great food, stories, and history make a memorable feast in this unique cookbook. More than a dozen park personalities share their favorite recipes while telling a little bit about their lives in the world’s first national park...

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WATCHING YELLOWSTONE & GRAND TETON WILDLIFE

Watching Yellowstone & Grand Teton Wildlife

A wonderful take-along guidebook that will help tourists see more wildlife on their visits to Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks. This guide identifies the best viewing areas for all major species, including wolves and bears. Includes maps, color photos, animal descriptions for car tours and hikers.

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YELLOWSTONE MEMORIES: 30 Years of Stories & Photos

Yellowstone Memories: 30 Years of Stories & Photos

Michael H. Francis has had a 30-year love affair with Yellowstone, his "favorite place on earth," and his one-of-a-kind collection of photos and stories will prove it. Friendly and accessible, this is a unique memory book for anyone who loves Yellowstone National Park.

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A RIDE TO THE INFERNAL REGIONS: Yellowstone's First Tourists

A Ride to the Infernal Regions: Yellowstone's First Tourists

A little-known and previously unavailable account of the first tourist party to Yellowstone. Travel along as they explore the area in 1871.

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SILENCE & SOLITUDE: Yellowstone’s Winter Wilderness

Silence & Solitude

Yellowstone's Winter Wildernes

Powerful, brutal, beautiful, and at times, enchanting, winter in Yellowstone National Park is a world unlike any other. It is a season both abstract and profound, where super-heated water erupts into arctic air, where wildlife pushes snow in a constant struggle to survive, and where silence and solitude dominate the park’s deep wilderness...

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Silence and Solitude DVD

Silence & Solitude:

Yellowstone’s Winter Wilderness - DVD

Photographer Tom Murphy has experienced Yellowstone’s winter wilderness as few others have, skiing far into the backcountry with heavy camera gear, an uncanny ability to weather cold and snow, and an artist’s eye for the sublime...

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BEARS I HAVE KNOWN

Bears I Have Known

In this very entertaining book, retired National Park Service ranger Bob Murphy recounts his most memorable experiences with bears in Yellowstone and Glacier national parks. Go behind the scenes as Murphy deals with grizzly and black bears in all situations—good, bad, tragic, humorous, and odd—from the 1940s through the 1980s. These are unforgettable bear tales.

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YELLOWSTONE IS...

Yellowstone Is...

Mike Logan’s photography showcases the majesty of Montana, high, wide, and wonderful!

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ALPINE WILDFLOWERS

Yellowstone Ghost Stories

Yellowstone National Park is haunted—or is it? You’ll think so after reading all the spooky tales in this book, including a little lost boy who appears and disappears among crowds of tourists, a headless bride at Old Faithful Inn, and various other ghostly spirits, mysterious sounds, and strange apparitions. This is a great book to read late at night around your campfire—if you dare!

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YELLOWSTONE TRIVIA

Yellowstone Trivia

This fun-filled, fact-filled trivial extravaganza will keep you laughing, keep you learning, and keep you guessing. Trivia Queen Janet Spencer scoured libraries, archives, and museums for the oddest and most obscure figures, facts, and fascination she could find. The perfect campfire companion! Use the book to play a homemade version of Trivial PursuitTM. Keep a copy in your glovebox, or put it in your bathroom!

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