Where buffalo roam

Wild buffalo roam freely at Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Oh give me a home … you remember this song? You can sure identify with it when traveling to Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, U.S.A.

Buffalo cross the road at Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Let’s take a little look-see and observe these wonderful creatures of the wild. You’ll notice we have a “buffalo jam” or “wildlife jam.” Take a visit when you get a chance.

Driver over Bridge-Teton toward Grand Teton
Grand Teton buffalo crossing

Blessings along the Way!

Ron

9 thoughts on “Where buffalo roam

  1. Wow, US 26/287 was eventful for you. On our visit, we stayed in Jackson, traveled US 191 up to Yellowstone and, outside of Yellowstone, did not run into buffalo or any sign of them. Our buffalo encounters were in Yellowstone.

    1. Thanks so much. True. We saw some in Yellowstone but the most I saw was Grand Teton. I saw herds at a distance and then we saw traffic backing up when they began crossing the road. Jackson is a beautiful place too. I have a couple of photos Iโ€™ll post from there in a few days.

  2. Cool buffalo jam. Buffalo are interesting. They can be very hostile toward people from my limited interactions with them. But then I’ve seen videos of people riding them. There’s a funny music video series made from movie clips called “Guy on a Buffalo”. Ted Nugent rode a buffalo on stage for some of his concerts.

    1. Thank Tim. They are very interesting. I had never seen them close up like that. Very happy about seeing them. I would not even get close to them. ๐Ÿ˜ฌ

  3. Really cool to see. I grew up in Kansas and, although I probably didn’t see them as often as I think I did, enjoyed seeing Buffalo and thought they were pretty common. Until I moved to Pennsylvania and the closest you see one now is at the zoo.

      1. There is only one zoo near us that has some – didn’t seem right to have it enclosed. But I guess I have the same feeling for most zoo animals. Still, the buffalo is a great creature!

      2. I loved watching them meander along in their freedom. I recalled seeing a couple of buffalo in the National Zoo in Washington D.C. They just stood there in an enclosed pen. Maybe they were injured or had medical conditions and had to be removed from the wild. I like that we can see animals in the zoo to learn more about them but I also yearn for their freedom too. Thank you. ๐Ÿ™‚

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