In many parts of the country, spring has already sprung and with it comes new life, whether it be with new baby animals, bright flowers, or your closet. As early as March 1, the adorable babies of Yellowstone National Park have begun making their season's debut. Bear cubs, bison and elk calves, and wolf pups can be seen trotting around a spectacular landscape that is beginning to thaw following the long winter. One of the best ways to explore the park firsthand is through a guided tour with an experienced guide. Starting in June, Wake up to Wildlife tours depart from 6:15 to 7:00 AM from three different locations within the park. The early-morning hours offer the best opportunities for spotting wildlife in what is popularly known as "America's Serengeti." Tours take place aboard one of Yellowstone's refurbished Model 706 yellow buses, which were used in the park during the 1930s until driving your own private vehicle through the park became more popular. The tour includes a continental breakfast and is free for children under seven years old.
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