<p><br> Charging through a veil of white, as in a prehistoric cave painting sprung to life, a herd of buffalo plows through heavy snow. In the ermine splendor of winter, bison, elk, bighorn sheep, antelope, and deer still wander the virgin wilderness of Yellowstone National Park.</p>

Buffalo, Yellowstone National Park


Charging through a veil of white, as in a prehistoric cave painting sprung to life, a herd of buffalo plows through heavy snow. In the ermine splendor of winter, bison, elk, bighorn sheep, antelope, and deer still wander the virgin wilderness of Yellowstone National Park.

Photograph by William Albert Allard

Winter in the U.S.

See photos of winter in the United States in this travel photo gallery from National Geographic.

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