On this late October day an extended Indian summer finally gave way to Greater Yellowstone’s first real blast of winter. This view of prime grizzly habitat and high country east of Yellowstone National Park was taken north of Cody, Wyoming along State Route 296, more commonly known as the Chief Joseph Highway. Grizzlies are slow to mature and to reproduce, and require vast amounts of undisturbed, intact habitat to make a living.

NOTE: The preceding description for the “Grizz Country” lithographic note card appears on the reverse of this card.

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