"A deep chesty bawl echoes from rimrock to rimrock, rolls down the mountain, and fades into the far blackness of the night...Only the mountain has lived long enough to listen objectively to the howl of the wolf." Aldo Leopold
Yellowstone National Park is a land forged by the fires of ancient volcanoes and sculpted by the forces of water, ice, and time. Established in 1872, it was America's first national park-and the first created anywhere in the world!
Known as America's Serengeti, this is home to the largest population of North American wildlife found in the United States. Bison, elk, moose, pronghorn, bighorn, sheep, trumpeter swan, wolf, and the formidable grizzly bear all interact in this wild landscape.
Witness the spectacle of Old Faithful, and numerous others, as they explode in breathtaking eruptions. At Mammoth Hot springs, mineral laden waters create ornate travertine terraces. Thermal waters-brilliantly colored by algaes and cyano-bacterias-create colorful tapestries at Norris Hot Springs and Grand Prismatic Spring. Watch as the Yellowstone River plummets more than 200 feet at Lower Falls and tumbles into the bizarre landscape of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River.
Experience Yellowstone’s dramatic landscape of geysers, mud pots, and hotsprings;mountains, lakes, and waterfalls;bison, elk, wolves, and grizzly bears-all are revealed in breathtaking footage and incredible sound. Explore this astonishing landscape and its denizens in all seasons of the year-from the lushness of summer to the harsh spectacle of deep winter's beauty.
"Yellowstone: The Fabric of a Dream" is a priceless addition to any video library and may be the most beautiful film ever produced on America's first National Park- Yellowstone.