A River Otter Sliding Down a Large Snow Pillow
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Much of Yellowstone seasonal activity, like insect, bird, and mammal movements, slows down or ends in the winter. When we look out over a snowy surface we may have seen little activity, but upon close inspection we are often surprised at the high level of activity written by tracks in the snow. The most common tracks are those made by the wind. The wind pushes across the grass, leaves, and other vegetation, moving the flexible stems in fluid waves, twists, and whorls.