When I think of my favorite viral moments from Yellowstone National Park, this is among the best of the best. It's that fun time when a bull elk took a severe dislike to a snowmobile and decided to challenge it (and everything else) to a fight.
It's not even tourist season, but there are already people behaving badly with wildlife in Yellowstone National Park. A new video share shows snowmobilers tempting fate by getting way too close to a nearby bison herd.
If you visit Yellowstone National Park now, you'll find feeding bears solidly in the "don't" column. But, there was an era many years ago when people were not only allowed to feed bears in Yellowstone, the practice was sort of encouraged.
Trying to get closer to bison is dangerous for many reasons. It's obvious these are large animals, but they're also wildly unpredictable. Yellowstone tourists learned this lesson the hard way a few weeks ago.
Yellowstone National Park is one of Wyoming's treasures. Millions of people from all over the world have come to Wyoming to enjoy the park. Many of these visitors arrive and enjoy without any incident. However in every bunch, there are a few bad apples.
Yellowstone National Park sees hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Every single year there are dozens of instances from tourists (or 'tourons' as they have come to be known by) behaving badly and/or carelessly - resulting in injury. We have to do something to prepare folks for vis…