Yellowstone National Park – the world’s first National Park – truly preserves this wild, mystical land in all its bountiful, exquisite expressions. The heart of Yellowstone reaches out into the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: 22 million acres of mountains and valleys, meadows and marshes, prairieland and hill country that are still home to wildlife that lives almost nowhere else on earth. Only in Cody, Wyoming and the wilderness that encompasses it might you catch a glimpse of bison, grizzly bears, Rocky Mountain wolves, Bighorn Sheep, pronghorn … whitetail deer, jack rabbits, cougars and golden eagles – from the sweeping prairie up into the high mountain peaks, wildlife abounds.