Wildlife in Rocky Mountain National Park, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
Wildlife in Rocky Mountain National Park
Rocky Mountain National Park
This gallery contains photos of the wildlife living in Rocky Mountain National Park. All photos were taken within the park borders and showcase a diverse group of animals.
The Yellow-Bellied Marmot is found in the higher elevations of the park.
A Black Bear on the west side of the park.
A healthy Buck in a stand of beautiful wildflowers.
A juvenile Big Horn Sheep at high altitude.
Young rams are relegated to the herd's perimeter during mating season.
A mature bull Moose. Moose are common on the west side of the park, but quite rare on the east.
A Snowshoe Hare in its summer color phase. He will turn all white in winter.
Notice the exceptionally large feet on this Snowshoe Hare.
A bull Moose taking a rest near Spirit Lake.
A Moose calf grazing in the early morning.
Cutthroat Trout populate the streams and lakes of the park.