Daybreak clouds dapple the Yellowstone River, where a bull moose wades for pondweeds in Yellowstone National Park. Rising in Wyoming’s mountains, the stream courses 671 miles through that state, Montana, and North Dakota—the longest undammed river in the lower forty-eight states.

National Geographic - August, 1981

Daybreak clouds dapple the Yellowstone River, where a bull moose wades for pondweeds in Yellowstone National Park. Rising in Wyoming’s mountains, the stream courses 671 miles through that state, Montana, and North Dakota—the longest undammed river in the lower forty-eight states.

National Geographic - August, 1981

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