Bear Bathtub, a colloquial name given to Yellowstone’s own version of a natural swimming hole, can be a busy place for the national park’s wildlife to drink and cool off. Camera traps rigged to document the comings and goings at the backcountry spring uncovered new insights into bear behavior.
Click here to read part one of National Geographic’s Yellowstone issue: Learning to Let the Wild Be Wild in Yellowstone: http://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2016/05/yellowstone-national-parks-part-1
FIELD PRODUCER AND VIDEOGRAPHER: Ronan Donovan
FIELD PRODUCER: Michael Nichols
EDITOR: Shannon Sanders