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We left early to go to Jenny Lake, and we suddenly saw a bear in the meadow. It was a cinnamon black bear! We were the first to spot it, create a bear jam, and have the rangers come. The bear was taking a stroll in the meadows on a hot day. I saw the bear look for food and looked at us! I asked the ranger that came to control the traffic where can we find moose. He said to go to a place labeled, Moose Wilson. Moose Wilson was along the way to Jenny Lake, so we went there. Since Jenny Lake was too crowded, we just went to Moose Wilson, and we saw two female moose! We saw one in the water and one eating willow. We came to Willow Flats after the moose sighting and saw what the elk was doing. The elk was now cautious and very smart for what they planned. They went up the hill because they know the bear will lose energy as it goes up the higher elevation. We saw a glimpse of the bear, but it was too dark to see. The bear was very determined to get a baby elk. The last day of my trip can be one of the glorious moments to view wildlife in their natural habitats.