Yellowstone Wildlife Ecology - Student Group Travel

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Yellowstone - Wildlife Ecology

An abundance of wildlife. Hot pools, boiling mud, and countless other thermal features. America's first National Park is brimming over with natural wonders, and you'll get up close with many of them on this field research course.

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Bison, Wolves, and Bears, Oh My!

Legends Come Alive - Study Bison, Wolves, and More in America's First National Park

Spend the week in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE), with Yellowstone National Park at its center. You'll meet National Park Service scientists who will guide you through habitat restoration and bison research projects. You'll also travel to the Lamar Valley to study wolf packs and see geysers and hot pools up close, and the trip culminates with a celebratory rafting trip down the Yellowstone River.

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A new kind of classroom

An ecosystem unlike any other

Ingrid is an EPI super-scholar. Over the past three years, she participated in courses in Mexico, Yellowstone, and Costa Rica and became deeply familiar with EPI’s programs. She says, “I think the most impressive thing about EPI is their motive, which, from what I’ve seen, is trying to show young people what conservation and ecology are about. Younger people are the next generation, and they hold the world in their hands.” Ingrid's participation in EPI programs gave shape and definition to her dreams, dreams that go beyond personal aspiration and encompass a vision for a more balanced and biodiverse world. “I always knew that I wanted to be a biologist, but I never knew that I... Learn More