This exhibition is no longer viewable to the public.
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National Geographic has sent exhibitions to nearly 40 countries, and we remain enthusiastic about opportunities to partner with new institutions.
The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem lies in the path of some of the most significant wildlife migration routes on the planet. However, major challenges await migratory animals as they leave Yellowstone National Park. The long-term conservation of these animals depends on the actions of landowners and other stakeholders far beyond the national park’s borders.
As part of the National Park Service’s centennial celebration, and in conjunction with the May issue of National Geographic magazine, “Invisible Boundaries” uses stunning photographs, immersive video, interactive migration maps, cultural objects, and original artwork to explore the compelling story behind some of the most amazing animal migrations on the planet.
Come examine why animals make these incredible journeys and learn about the cutting-edge conservation science that’s taking place in one of America’s crowning natural treasures—Yellowstone National Park.
This exhibition is located in the National Geographic M Street Lobby and is free and open to the public.