Yellowstone National Park, established in 1872, is a natural wonderland located in the United States. It is the first national park in the world and is known for its geothermal features and diverse wildlife. Located in Montana, the park borders the town of Gardiner, where naturalists Jenny Golding and George Bumann reside. They are both passionate about the wild and are raising their son to appreciate and understand nature.

During a visit to Yellowstone in Spring 2018, Sustainable Jungle had the opportunity to interview Jenny and George and learn about their experiences and stories from interacting with the park’s wildlife. The couple shared their expertise on how to tune in to the animal language and communities in nature, hoping to inspire others to tell their own stories.

Throughout the day, Sustainable Jungle was able to spot an incredible range of species, including a Grizzly bear. The experience was both fascinating and enlightening, and the couple’s passion for nature was evident. To hear the full interview with Jenny and George, visit the Sustainable Jungle Podcast.

In summary, Yellowstone National Park is a unique and beautiful place that offers a glimpse into the wonders of nature. With the help of passionate naturalists like Jenny and George, visitors can learn to appreciate and understand the park’s wildlife and ecosystems.