It's the best kind of traffic jam. If you drive through Yellowstone National Park at any point in your life, you will experience this moment eventually. It's Yellowstone bison alerting drivers that they aren't going anywhere soon.

I want to add that I appreciate the heart of this lady. Her name is Cindy Shaffer and she's the one who shared this holdup in Yellowstone National Park recently. I would recommend that you turn your sound up to hear her commentary which praises these animals and the privilege of witnessing them in their natural habitat.

On the negative side, I would like to mildly chastise the driver opposite of Cindy who is a little less patient and gets too close to the baby bison in my opinion.

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Well done, Cindy. Other driver? Go stand in the corner, please.

If you want to experience bison in Yellowstone, the Hayden and Lamar Valleys are prime areas where these beautiful animals roam as Yellowstone Park documents. Frankly, I can't remember a time when my family was in Yellowstone that we DIDN'T get stopped by a bison jam and we wouldn't want it any other way either.

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