motel car camp: yellowstone wolves, wildlife, & winter activities - March 3, 2022

Join us for wildlife watching and general winter activities in the northeast corner of Yellowstone Park. Sightings of wolves, foxes, coyotes, bighorn sheep and eagles are common. We'll motel it in Gardiner, MT, where we have secured the entire bottom floor for group meals and socializing. We'll drive into the Park each day on the only road kept open in Yellowstone in the winter. Some will get going very early each morning (about 5:00am), while others can linger and mingle over breakfast. There are also lots of opportunities for cross country skiing and snowshoeing, so bring your skis or snowshoes if you want to enjoy some time trekking around in Yellowstone's spectacular winter wonderland. The drive to Gardiner in the winter is about 500 miles since we can't go through the Park to get there. Another option is to fly into Bozeman. e-mail Robert or Julie for more details, to register, and get instructions to reserve a room at the lodge.

Level:NTD
Organizer:Robert Turner, Julie Kilgore
Phone:801-560-3378, 801-244-3323
Date:Thu Mar 3 2022 — Sun Mar 6 2022
Meeting Place:Registration required

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