The Upper Gallatin River drainage which cuts between the Gallatin and Madison mountain ranges. Every major species of large mammal that roamed this part of Greater Yellowstone in 1491 is still there today, including bison. One would have to go to Alaska in the US to find a comparable spot.  Photo courtesy Chris Boyer (kestrelaerial.com)
The Upper Gallatin River drainage which cuts between the Gallatin and Madison mountain ranges. Every major species of large mammal that roamed this part of Greater Yellowstone in 1491 is still there today, including bison. One would have to go to Alaska in the US to find a comparable spot. Photo courtesy Chris Boyer (kestrelaerial.com)