This is one of the best pics I've seen of Jackson in a long time. A herd of bison just schooled a driver on who really has the right-of-way on Wyoming roads.

This amazing bison traffic jam was just shared on Instagram.


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TRAFFIC JAM || When "I'm stuck in traffic" takes on a whole new meaning. ⠀ ⠀ As summer starts to get busy in Jackson Hole, we are reminded of how hard the @nationalparkservice works to protect Yellowstone and they need your help! The best way to start is by taking the Yellowstone Pledge...⠀ ⠀ “I pledge to protect Yellowstone National Park. I will act responsibly and safely, set a good example for others, and share my love of the park and all the things that make it special.”⠀ ⠀ It’s a personal promise you make to yourself and the park. Tag #YellowstonePledge and encourage others to do the same. And remember the ways to put the pledge into action: Enjoy the ride. Drive defensively and cautiously. This park has hazards on the road you aren’t used to at home (like 2,000-lb. bison). Follow speed limits and stay with your car if you’re stuck in a wildlife jam. When you want to take a photo or look around, use pullouts to avoid blocking traffic and damaging vegetation. Turn off your vehicle when stopped in a traffic line.⠀ ⠀ Repost from @yellowstonenps and more information can be found at go.nps.gov/YellowstonePledge⠀ ⠀ #yellowstonepledge #yellowstone #yellowstonenationalpark #ynp #findyourpark #nationalparks #visitjacksonhole #visitwyoming #jhdreaming #thatswy #jacksonhole #jacksonholewyoming #tsgjacksonhole #scouted #livelovelocal #thescoutguide #livelocal

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I have to admit that I laughed really hard when I saw their quote "I'm stuck in traffic". Yes Yes, you are and we love it this way in Wyoming.