It’s Friday, August 22, 2014, and time for a Virtual Field Trip at ClickSchooling!
Age Range: All (Children, with parental supervision)
- Lodging Photos – images of the nine lodging facilities
- Wildlife and Fish – still photos of wolves, grizzly bears, and fish
- Old Faithful Webcam Photo Gallery – views of other geysers erupting caught on the Old Faithful Webcam
- Photo Archives – thousands of images from Yellowstone’s Photo Collection
Please note that all of the images in these galleries are downloadable and royalty-free.
- Videos – hundreds of videos of Yellowstone Park, archived webcams, research and educational videos, and much more
- Audio – a feast for the ears with the sounds of natural phenomena, wildlife, and thermal features (downloadable) as well as audio postcards that are short stories of life in Yellowstone Park.
- Virtual Tours – more options for history, nature, interactive, and electronic field trips
- Interactive Features – watch a video and view a timeline of the wildfires of 1988, check out the Old Faithful Virtual Visitor Center, track the Yellowstone Hotspot, use the interactive Google map to visit the Nez Perce National Historic Trail, and enjoy even more electronic field trips for middle school students with the Windows into Wonderland option.
- Old Faithful Geyser Streaming Webcam – watch real-time video of Old Faithful, wild life, and other geysers in the Upper Geyser Basin
- Old Faithful Geyser – webcam inside the visitor education center
- North Entrance-Electric Peak – from the historic Roosevelt Arch, this view from the north entrance station
- Mammoth Hot Springs – Officer’s Row
- Mammoth Hot Springs – Travertine Terraces and Parade Ground
- Mount Washburn Fire Lookout – Northeast
- Mount Washburn Fire Lookout – South
When you are finished taking in all the wonderful sights and sounds of Yellowstone, check out the “For Teachers” option located on the sidebar to find free “Curriculum for Your Classroom” materials to complement your virtual visit to Yellowstone Park. You will also want to explore the “For Kids” option on the sidebar for even more activities including games, coloring pages, and a scavenger hunt.
This website provides a thorough and memorable virtual visit to America’s first national park and one of its most beloved natural treasures.