“The Grey” is a Movie, Yellowstone is an Adventure.
You don’t need to have a plane wreck in the Alaskan wilderness to see wild wolves, there’s an easier way…
Join the Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) and Yellowstone Wildlife Biologists Nathan Varley, PhD, and Linda Thurston, M.S., for a unique and educational trip in Yellowstone National Park to observe wild wolves in the ecosystem they have helped save.
We’re offering two opportunities to enjoy an adventure of a lifetime!
The timing of each trip is ideal. Wolves are out searching for prey for their young pups and grizzlies are visible foraging in the meadows and valleys. Newborn elk calves hide in the grass and sage while young bison calves kick and buck as they follow the herds. We’ll be traveling with our friends from The Wild Side, wildlife biologists who know the best places in the park to observe the diverse wildlife. Nathan and Linda are phenomenal guides and are among a special group of Yellowstone “Ambassadors,” wonderful folks who can’t help but enhance the thrill one feels when beholding the country’s oldest national park. The WCC Yellowstone Adventures were a huge success last year and we are giddy about returning. You can learn more about what one might expect during the trips from last year’s WCC travel blog: Day One, Day Two, and Day Three.
The trips are open to individuals and families with mature children but space is limited. The registration deadline for the Spring Adventure is April 1, 2012.
Cost: $1995/person – double occupancy (airfare is not included) and $500 of the fee is 100% tax deductible