Looking back at 2016’s Find Your Park campaign Yellowstone Treasures: Home / Author Blog / Looking back at 2016's Find Your Park campaign January 6, 2017 Categories: Park environs, Wildlife Tags: elk, mountains Elk in a Teton meadow One of the best aspects of the #FindYourPark campaign promoted by the national parks for the National Park Service centennial last year was the chance it afforded for experts to reminisce and share their expertise on particular parks in the system. Janet did so for Yellowstone National Park last April, in a guest post for the University of Nebraska Press blog called “From the Desk of Janet Chapple.” Another fun one, this time from the other national park in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, Grand Teton National Park, was submitted by Bruce Smith, a wildlife manager and scientist. You can read all about the 60-mile migrations of the Jackson elk herd and the tribulations of trumpeter swans here: “From the Desk of Bruce Smith.” Which is your favorite national park and why? Leave us a comment. Photo credit: NPS.