Dennis S....
My wife and I are seniors. I am also a Vietnam Veteran. What discounts are available. Do we need park passes or Social Security cards?
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John R Ad...
What is the best time of year to see wildlife in Glacier National Park? I am planning to go in late June.
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15 weeks ago
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Glacier National Park is an ideal place to view wildlife year round. However, if you’re looking to see some of the rarer species, or just especially active wildlife living in Glacier’s wetlands and forests, May or June would be your best bet. 
Hope you have a wonderful visit,
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