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24306
Online Program

Adventures Online: Go Inside Yellowstone National Park

Marvel in the wildlife and natural beauty of Yellowstone National Park without leaving your home! Join park experts for a look inside during this live, online learning adventure.
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Program No. 24306RJ
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3 days
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Online Program

Adventures Online: Go Inside Yellowstone National Park

Marvel in the wildlife and natural beauty of Yellowstone National Park without leaving your home! Join park experts for a look inside during this live, online learning adventure.
Length
3 days
Starts at
349
Program No. 24306 RJ
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Learn from the comfort of your own home.

At a Glance

Discover the natural wonders of Yellowstone — America’s first national park — without leaving home during this live, online learning adventure! Join park experts for an insider’s look into the diverse ecosystems and wildlife that make Yellowstone one of the most fascinating natural spaces in America. Learn about the history of Roosevelt Arch at Yellowstone’s North Entrance and thrill in the geothermal wonders of Mammoth Hot Springs during live, online field trips inside the park. Attend fascinating online presentations on the park’s bioregions, the importance of microscopic bacteria, the adaptations of wildlife, climate change and more. Gain insight into the reintroduction of wolves at Yellowstone and hear from a park expert how these animals have influenced the ecosystem. Get to know your fellow Road Scholars as you share your love for the natural world and engage in Q&A sessions that offer a chance to better understand the wild spaces and creatures of Yellowstone.

Best of all, you’ll…

  • Begin your online learning adventure in Yellowstone with a live presentation at the historic Roosevelt Arch at Yellowstone’s North Entrance in Gardiner, Montana, and learn why this location as the original entrance to the park.
  • Learn about the geothermal activity of Mammoth Hot Springs during a live, virtual field trip.
  • Get insight into the lives of wolves and the impact that wolf reintroduction has played in the Yellowstone ecosystem in the past 25 years.

General Notes

You’ll enjoy 2-3 hours of daily instruction, discussion and/or field trips, which includes sufficient breaks throughout the program. Please review the daily itinerary for start and end times to ensure you won’t miss a minute of this live experience. This online program is through Zoom, an easy-to-use web video service that includes closed captioning. All you need is an Internet connection and your computer. We’ll provide a how-to guide to make sure you’ll have a hassle-free experience. This session is offered live only and will not be available on demand.
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Ashea Mills
Ashea Mills has spent 25 years exploring and sharing the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem. After earning a degree in English Writing Arts & Theater, she fell in love with Yellowstone, one of earth’s most dynamic landscapes. With few breaks to teach skiing and as a whale-watching naturalist in Alaska, she has introduced people of all ages and interests to Yellowstone. Ashea owns and operates Walking Shadow Ecology Tours with her ecologist husband, Mike Tercek, and is a certified Leave No Trace Trainer and Wilderness First Responder.

Please note: This expert may not be available for every date of this program.

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Leslie Stoltz View biography
Raised and educated in the Finger Lakes region of New York, Leslie Stoltz now lives in Big Sky, Montana, surrounded by the wild places that she loves. Her decade of work for the National Park Service in Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks in the areas of research and education provided a wonderful foundation for her career as a teacher and park expert. Since the early 1990s, Leslie has worked for a variety of companies and non-profit organizations, teaching classes and leading trips in national parks and wild areas throughout the American West. Farther afield, she has led educational trips to Nepal, Bhutan, Tanzania, Botswana, Ecuador, and Mexico. Leslie also runs a non-profit with a mission to keep kids connected to the outdoors though scholarship opportunities for outdoor learning experiences.
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Shauna Baron holds a B.S. in Biology, and a M.S. in Science Education. She has more than 25 years of experience as an outdoor educator, studying large and small carnivores throughout the U.S., including wolves, bears, fishers, and bobcats. Shauna saw her first wild wolf while volunteering for the Yellowstone Wolf Project in 1996 and has since worked as a naturalist in Yellowstone National Park, developing outdoor educational classes for the Yellowstone Institute. She specializes in programs for disabled veterans, inner-city youth, and autistic groups.
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Ashea Mills View biography
Ashea Mills has spent 25 years exploring and sharing the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem. After earning a degree in English Writing Arts & Theater, she fell in love with Yellowstone, one of earth’s most dynamic landscapes. With few breaks to teach skiing and as a whale-watching naturalist in Alaska, she has introduced people of all ages and interests to Yellowstone. Ashea owns and operates Walking Shadow Ecology Tours with her ecologist husband, Mike Tercek, and is a certified Leave No Trace Trainer and Wilderness First Responder.
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Zack Baker View biography
Zack Baker attended high school in Livingston, Montana, 52 miles north of Yellowstone. His love for the park started while snowshoeing and observing wildlife. At Montana State University in Bozeman, he earned a B.S. in plant science, but it was Yellowstone’s mammals that grabbed his interest. He led private wildlife watching, hiking, and photography trips, and drove snowcoaches in the winter. He joined up with Road Scholar in 2017 and is now the Program Director for Road Scholar at the University of Montana Western.
Visit the Road Scholar Bookshop
You can find many of the books we recommend at the Road Scholar store on bookshop.org, a website that supports local bookstores.
Yellowstone Wolves: Science and Discovery in the Worlds First National P
by Doug Smith, Dan Stahler, and Daniel MacNulty
Windows into the Earth
by Robert Smith
Essential Yellowstone
by Michael Yochim
Searching for Yellowstone
by Paul Schullery





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