The diversity of Wyoming's nature, wildlife and geologic features is absolutely vast and visitors to the area can view these within National Parks as well as throughout the wilderness areas.
Wyoming is famous for having stunningly beautiful landscapes, fascinating geology and some of America's most diverse nature and wildlife. Wyoming is the place to visit to see creatures including grizzly bears, elk, moose and coyotes, either wild or in one of the areas National Parks.
Wyoming has an unbelievable array of animals to spot, many of whom are endangered. World renowned National Parks such as Yellowstone and Grand Teton are available to visit and see animals ranging from wolves to buffalo.
Wyoming's mountain ranges are part of the Rockies and are extremely interesting geologically.Yellowstone National Park has many geological hotspots such as Yellowstone Grand Canyon and Mammoth Hot Springs. Large sedimentary basins lie between the mountains which have huge resources of coal, oil and gas as well as abundant fossils.
Beautiful American flowers such as The Scarlet Gilia, the Indian Paintbrush and the Heartleaf Arnica can be viewed all over Wyoming and color the landscape helping to make Wyoming as breathtaking as it is.