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Electronic Field Trip
Zooming In On Hayden Valley
Premiering November 12, 2003
You’ve stumbled into an out-of-this-world adventure in Yellowstone National Park! Stow away with rangers from the Intergalactic Park Service as they explore Hayden Valley’s unique natural history, vegetation, and wildlife. Hazard a peek at the Yellowstone Hotspot, venture into a volcanic caldera, study the soils, learn about the life forms—and do it all through the eyes of aliens from the Planet Zlorc. All systems are go for Zooming in on Hayden Valley!

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Resource experts will be available to answer student questions from November 12-14, 2003. Questions and answers will remain accessible after the message board has been deactivated.

Trip Background
This trip highlights natural history, ecosystems, and seasonal patterns in one of Yellowstone’s most dramatic settings.

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Eyes on Yellowstone, made possible by Canon, U.S.A. Inc. Canon U.S.A. Logo. Visit the Yellowstone Park Foundation's partnerships page. Yellowstone Park Foundation logo. Visit the Foundation's website.
Funding for this trip was provided by Canon U.S.A., Inc., through The Yellowstone Park Foundation.

A Special Thanks
ParKids t-shirts and hats were provided through a generous grant to the Yellowstone Park Foundation from the Katie L. Rhoads Memorial Fund of The Greater Harrisburg Foundation, Harrisburg, PA.

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