Educators attending the Winter's Story workshop pose for a picture.
Yellowstone National Park offers beautiful scenic views of the snow-capped Rocky Mountains.
Winter's Story workshop participants enter weather data into the Student Observation Network online database.
Winter's Story educators do an activity about how sunlight affects the seasons.
Many wild animals, such as buffalo, make their home in Yellowstone National Park.
Educators at the Winter's Story workshop research climate and weather by making observations of the snow in Yellowstone National Park.
Yellowstone National Park offers visitors beautiful views of winter.
Winter's Story presenter Phil Farnes uses a spring scale snow tube to measure the amount of water in snow.
A group of educators at the Winter's Story workshop dig a snow pit.
A Winter's Story participant stands on a snow-covered bridge enjoying the sights at Yellowstone National Park.
An educator at the Winter's Story workshop uses a small shovel to dig a snow pit.
The Yellowstone Terraces are step-like terraces formed as heated water moves along the Morris-Mammoth Fault.
Winter's Story educators made crystals in a way similar to how ice and snow form in nature.