History of Yellowstone National Park

• History of Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park, which is now 145 years old, is the world's first national park created. Here in the vast territory are numerous geysers, mountain lakes and rivers, canyons and mysterious caves and a dormant supervolcano caldera.

History of Yellowstone National Park

"Mammoth sources" represent a large complex of hot springs on the hill of travertine, limestone tufa, in Yellowstone National Park. 1870. (Photo by William Henry Jackson | Library of Congress | Corbis

History of Yellowstone National Park

The Bear and the tourist, 1935. (Photo Kirn Vintage Stock | Corbis):

History of Yellowstone National Park

The tourist route. (Photo: Library of Congress | Corbis):

History of Yellowstone National Park

US President Franklin D. Roosevelt in Yellowstone National Park, 1937.

History of Yellowstone National Park

Bear, 1960. (Photo by Dean Conger | Corbis):

History of Yellowstone National Park

A local resident - a coyote. (Photo by Lucy Nicholson | Reuters):

History of Yellowstone National Park

"Mammoth springs." (Photo: National Park Service | Jacob W. Frank):

History of Yellowstone National Park

Bison. (Photo: National Park Service | Jacob W. Frank):

History of Yellowstone National Park

Morning Glory Pool. It received its name due to its shape in 1883. The color of water in the lake due to the development of a large number of microorganisms. Periodically, the lake erupted like a geyser at the time of increasing seismic activity in the region or earthquakes. But now most of all on the state of the lake affects the anthropogenic factor. (Photo by Mark Ralston):

History of Yellowstone National Park

Old Faithful - one of the most famous geyser in the world. It located in Yellowstone National Park. During one eruption geyser ejected from 14 to 32 thousand. Liters of boiling water to a height of 32 to 56 m length of 1, 5 to 5 minutes. (Photo: National Park Service | Jacob W. Frank):

History of Yellowstone National Park

Moose & Moon. (Photo: National Park Service | Neal Herbert):

History of Yellowstone National Park

Old Faithful - it is one of the most predictable geyser in the world, he erupts every 35-120 minutes, and is therefore considered that it is the most photographed of the wonders of nature. (Photo by Mark Ralston):

History of Yellowstone National Park

On the rise! Swan. (Photo: National Park Service | Jacob W. Frank):

History of Yellowstone National Park

In the park are found almost 60 species of mammals, including the rare wolf, lynx and grizzly. Among the large mammals are also found bison, black bear (American black bear), elk deer, elk, mule deer, mountain goat, pronghorn, bighorn and cougar.

This bison. (Photo: National Park Service | Jacob W. Frank):

History of Yellowstone National Park

Bear. (Photo by Jim Urquhart | Reuters):

History of Yellowstone National Park

The fire in 2013. (Photo by Mike Lewelling | National Park Service):

History of Yellowstone National Park

Pronghorn - ruminant and most ancient of prey in North America. (Photo: National Park Service | Neal Herbert):

History of Yellowstone National Park

Lower Falls. (Photo: National Park Service | Jacob W. Frank):

History of Yellowstone National Park

He from the side. (Photo by Stewart Tomlinson | U.S. Geological Survey):

History of Yellowstone National Park

Marten on a tree, February 12, 2017. (Photo: National Park Service | Jacob W. Frank):

History of Yellowstone National Park

Bizonchik. (Photo: National Park Service | Jim Peaco):

History of Yellowstone National Park

According to archeological data people have begun to live in the territory, which is now occupied by the park, at least 11 000 years ago. Modern researchers have first appeared in the region in 1805.

Lower Falls seems to be frozen, but by flows. (Photo by Carol M. Highsmith | Library of Congress):

History of Yellowstone National Park

October 26, 1976 International Biosphere Reserve was recognized as Yellowstone National Park, and September 8, 1978 is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site (at number 28 among the first objects of the list) list.

White-tailed deer. (Photo: National Park Service | Jacob W. Frank):

History of Yellowstone National Park

Grizzly Bear.

History of Yellowstone National Park