We are considering making a trip to Yellowstone this year and would like to try and come in the very short spring season... late May/early June. We will be very limited on time for this trip, so will have to plan efficiently, which is something I've done well in the past so hopefully I can continue this trend! My prime objective is wolf watching, and had hoped to possibly go into the Lamar Valley, although I'm a bit worried about the presence of the wolves there, given the recent hunting . :( However, we were kind of hoping to fly into Bozeman or West Yellowstone but not knowing the logistics, I'm not sure which is better for our destination. We would need to rent a car, and as I mentioned, make the most of probably a 4-day trip. Since we'd be coming all the way to Yellowstone, I'm not sure I could get away with not seeing the geysers (even though it's not really a huge interest for me) so I'd like to know how far away that is. Basically, if there is a very simple online guide that would be a good place to start, that might at least give me an idea if this is even possible to do in such a short window of time. Thanks in advance!