Not all of the wildlife in our country's first National Park leave for the winter. The bears hibernate, some migrate, but most must endure Wyoming's harsh wind and cold. In this video, you can see a fox slowly walk up a hill.There are also some shots of a few wolves, a lone elk on a hillside, and the ever majestic snowy bison. Maybe evolution adapted them for this environment. Regardless of the reason, the winter landscape makes a great backdrop for Yellowstone's wildlife.

BONUS - Bison Crossing The Yellowstone River

BONUS - Moose in Yellowstone

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