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Yellowstone: Invisible Boundaries
Explore Yellowstone: Invisible Boundaries, a visually stunning special exhibition highlighting animal migrations in and around America’s first and most iconic national park.
Yellowstone: Invisible Boundaries is a visually stunning special exhibition that is the perfect fusion of science and art. It explores the incredible challenges migratory elk and other migratory animals face as they move from place to place in search of vital resources and potential mates.
Yellowstone: Invisible Boundaries highlights the research of wildlife ecologist Arthur Middleton, the images of photojournalist Joe Riis, original works of art by James Prosek and compelling footage byView more
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Come meet wildlife biologist turned photojournalist and filmmaker, Joe Riis. Joe is best known for his pioneering documentation of animal migrations across the West and has been filming and photographing Yellowstone migrations for the past decade.
Much of his work is highlighted in the special exhibition, Yellowstone: Invisible Boundaries opening at the Natural History Museum of Utah, Saturday, June 29, 2019. Joe will be lecturing about his work and signing copies of his book Yellowstone Migrations at the Natural History on opening day at 1pm. The lecture is free with Museum admission. Seating is limited.
301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108