Animals of Yellowstone National Park

If you've never witnessed the grand scale and natural beauty of Yellowstone National Park, don't worry! These reading comprehension worksheets will take your 3rd grader on a tour of the park, from the wetlands where you'll find a flock of 10,000 sandhill cranes, to the meadows where you can't miss the 2,000-pound bison. And we didn't forget about the bears, coyotes, moose, deer, song birds, peregrine falcons or Uinta ground squirrels you'll meet along the way.

Download all (23)
Download All is only available to Education.com Pro members. Learn More

Click on a worksheet in the set below to see more info or download the PDF.

Yellowstone National Park Facts

Read the facts on Yellowstone National Park, the first national park in the U.S., full of awesome animals and gigantic geysers.
More info Download Worksheet

Moose

Read about the small population of huge moose in Yellowstone National Park.
More info Download Worksheet

Black Bear

Learn about the black bears of Yellowstone National Park.
More info Download Worksheet

Sandhill Crane

Read about a little-talked-about bird that inhabits the wetlands of Yellowstone National Park, the sandhill crane.
More info Download Worksheet

Big Horn Sheep

Read about one of Yellowstone National Park's coolest animals, the big horn sheep.
More info Download Worksheet

Great Horned Owl

Learn about the great horned owl of Yellowstone National Park, a bird so big and mean that it has the nickname, "tiger owl."
More info Download Worksheet

The set is continued below.

Amphibians and Reptiles

Learn about the amphibians and reptiles of Yellowstone National Park.
More info Download Worksheet

Lynx

Learn about Yellowstone Park's lynx, the cats that put your average house cat to shame.
More info Download Worksheet

Pronghorn Antelope

Learn about the second fastest land mammal in the Western Hemisphere, the pronghorn antelope.
More info Download Worksheet

Badger

Learn about the badgers that live in Yellowstone National Park.
More info Download Worksheet

Grizzly Bear

Learn about the grizzly bears that live in Yellowstone National Park.
More info Download Worksheet

Red Fox

Read about Yellowstone's red foxes, some of the most cunning and smart animals around.
More info Download Worksheet

The set is continued below.

Uinta Ground Squirrel

Learn about the Uinta ground squirrels of Yellowstone National Park.
More info Download Worksheet

Peregrine Falcon

Learn about Yellowstone National Park's peregrine falcons, which survived heavy pesticide use in the 1960s.
More info Download Worksheet

Coyote

Coyotes' famous howl gave them the nickname "song dogs." This is just one of several coyote facts your child can learn from this worksheet.
More info Download Worksheet

Song Birds

Bird-watchers will love this worksheet, featuring just a sample of the many song birds flying around Yellowstone National Park.
More info Download Worksheet

Raven

Get a light lesson in the darkest of creatures, the raven.
More info Download Worksheet

Wolf

Wolves are an animal with a bit of rough past in Yellowstone National Park. Learn all about them!
More info Download Worksheet

Mule Deer

Read about the mule deer, the most abundant deer in Yellowstone National Park.
More info Download Worksheet

Bison

Learn about bison, some of biggest creatures in Yellowstone National Park, or anywhere else for that matter.
More info Download Worksheet

Otter

Take a quick lesson in the otters that inhabit Yellowstone National Park and take an even quicker quiz.
More info Download Worksheet

Bald Eagle

You know bald eagles are a symbol of America; now learn some of the interesting facts of these birds.
More info Download Worksheet

Elk

Get the facts on the beautiful elk, an American treasure and a symbol of Yellowstone National Park.
More info Download Worksheet

Want to download this whole set as a single PDF?

Download all (23)
Download All is only available to Education.com Pro members. Learn More

How likely are you to recommend Education.com to your friends and colleagues?

Not at all likely
Extremely likely

What could we do to improve Education.com?

Please note: Use the Contact Us link at the bottom of our website for account-specific questions or issues.

What would make you love Education.com?

What is your favorite part about Education.com?