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DT-01 Devil’s Tower
DT-01 Devil’s Tower National Monument Deer
This hiking staff medallion commemorates Devil’s Tower with the image of a deer. Held sacred by Native American tribes, this climbable rock formation is the first site designated as a national monument.
DT-03 Devil’s Tower
DT-03 Devil’s Tower National Monument View
This hiking staff medallion commemorates Devil’s Tower with a night view of the monument. Held sacred by Native American tribes, this climbable rock formation is the first site designated as a national monument.
GT-02 Grand Teton
GT-02 Grand Teton National Park Bear
GT-01 Grand Teton
GT-01 Grand Teton National Park Deer
GT-05 Grand Teton
GT-05 Grand Teton National Park Hidden Falls Medallion
By far the most popular trail in Grand Teton National Park is the lower portion of the Cascade Canyon Trail which leaves Jenny Lake and climbs above Hidden Falls.
GT-03 Grand Teton
GT-03 Grand Teton National Park Jenny Lake
Jenny Lake is located in Grand Teton National Park in the U.S. state of Wyoming. The lake was formed approximately 12,000 years ago by glaciers pushing rock debris which carved Cascade Canyon.
GT-07 Grand Teton
GT-07 Grand Teton National Park Moose
While on visits to Grand Teton National Park, one can almost always see moose.
GT-04 Grand Teton
GT-04 Grand Teton National Park Paintbrush Canyon
GT-06 Grand Teton
GT-06 Grand Teton National Park Snake River
A tranquil spot in Wyoming with plenty of wildlife plus hiking, rafting & swimming among valleys & mountains.
YS-12 Mt. Washburn
YS-12 Mt. Washburn National Park Benchmarker
YS-11 Old Faithful Geyser
YS-11 Old Faithful Geyser National Park Benchmarker
US-WY Wyoming State Medallion
WY-05 Wyoming Territorial Prison
WY-05 Wyoming Territorial Prison State Historical Site
The Wyoming Territorial Prison is a former federal government prison near Laramie, Wyoming. Built in 1872 it is one of the oldest buildings in Wyoming. It operated as a federal penitentiary from 1872 to 1890, and as a state prison from 1890 to 1901.
YS-02 Yellowstone National Park Bear
Currently, bears occupy 20,522 square miles in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Grizzlies are raising cubs in nearly all portions of the Greater Yellowstone area.
YS-05 Yellowstone National Park Buffalo
Yellowstone National Park is very proud of its role in restoring this iconic species – the buffalo.
YS-01 Yellowstone National Park Deer
Mule deer are widely dispersed throughout Yellowstone National Park during the summer. They migrate seasonally and most of the population winters outside of the park.
YS-04 Lower Falls
YS-04 Yellowstone National Park Lower Falls
At 308 feet, the Lower Falls is the tallest waterfall in Yellowstone National Park. In terms of height alone, it’s more than twice the size of Niagara Falls.
YS-08 Yellowstone National Park Moose
YS-09 Mt. Washburn
YS-09 Yellowstone National Park Mt. Washburn
Mount Washburn, elevation 10,243 feet, is a prominent mountain peak in the Washburn Range in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. The peak was named in 1870 to honor Henry D. Washburn, leader of the Washburn–Langford–Doane Expedition.
YS-03 Old Faithful
YS-03 Yellowstone National Park Old Faithful
Old Faithful is a cone geyser located in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, United States. Old Faithful was named in 1870 during the Washburn-Langford-Doane Expedition and was the first geyser in the park to receive a name.
YS-06 Return of the Wolves
YS-06 Yellowstone National Park Return of the Wolves
YS-10 Yellowstone National Park Wolf
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