Adventure. Wildlife. History. Conservation. Action.
Yellowstone Now! explores the wildlife, natural, and cultural history of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Through in-field guided services, media, courses, and presentations we bring you to the natural world…and the natural world to you! As a 30-year tour guiding specialist and naturalist my mission is to educate, edify, enlighten, and entertain others so they may experience positive lifetime memories that promote conservation, appreciation and respect to improve individual relationships with the natural world. AND have fun!
“…his knowledge of the park and the wildlife knew no bounds.”
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his name is Ken Sinay.”
Rich History of the Missouri Headwaters
The area around Headwaters State Park is a region which harbors an incredible wealth of natural and cultural history. Cultural History Native Americans have utilized the area for thousands of years as evidenced by the...
A Day in Yellowstone National Park
Perhaps you’ve come to Montana to stay at a local resort for a week, attend a family wedding event, or you’re a “local” with out-of-town relatives visiting. In all cases, you’ll probably consider going to Yellowstone National Park. If so, you may try, like many...
5 Great Montana River Floats
“Rivers flow not past, but through us.” – John Muir Floating a river is great recreational fun. Here are 5 great floats that, mid-summer, are suitable for most skill levels and water craft. Three are big rivers, and two are small. They may, depending on flow...
What Clients Say
“… the value that your knowledge added for us was priceless… the service you provided was superior to any we have experienced…We truly appreciate the extraordinary effort, planning and energy that you put into these nine days…”
Maureen D., Atlanta, GA
“We can’t thank you enough for every moment of the two days that you spent with us. From the picnic lunch to the morning with the wolves to the horseback ride in Montana, it was all spectacular…This vacation tops all the others.”
Pamela S., Madison, CT
“Thank you for a truly unforgettable river trip! Thanks to your knowledge, Lewis and Clark have never seemed so close to home for me…I will never forget the day I spent on the Jefferson River, watching for wildlife, spotting birds, enjoying a spectacular lunch and learning about Lewis & Clark.”
Ande M., Bozeman, MT
“…a truly memorable day floating the Jefferson River with a naturalist guide who pointed out all the wildlife we would have missed and told us about Lewis and Clark’s exploration of the same area.”
Dan, Judy & Brant G., New Canaan, CT
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We acknowledge that we operate in, and share, Yellowstone National Park and the surrounding landscape, or as the Apsaalooke refer to it, Land of Steam. This is a traditional shared homeland for dozens of Nations for at least 13,000 years including the Apsaalooke, Blackfeet, Shoshone, Salish, Kootenai, Pend d’Oreille, Nez Perce, and Northern Cheyenne. The Sheepeater-Shoshone were the only known group who lived in the park year-round, but all traveled through it, knew it, named it, and lived it seasonally. We also share the rivers of this great landscape. We honor, with gratitude, the land and water itself and the people who have stewarded it throughout the generations.