Home » News


New Study Links Wolf Hunts With Frequency of Wolf Sightings In Yellowstone, Denali


A new study funded by the National Park Service has posited a link between wolf hunts and wolf sightings in Yellowstone National Park.

Read More »

Yellowstone Natural History: Red Fox

red fox near roaring mountain jim peaco march 3 2016

It’s a very famous scene now: a red fox diving into the snow in Yellowstone National Park.

Read More »

National Geographic Devotes Entirety of May 2016 Issue to Yellowstone

Lower Falls, Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

If you pick up the May 2016 issue of National Geographic, you may notice something: it’s all Yellowstone.

Read More »

Bison Struck And Killed By Car Outside West Yellowstone, Montana


A bison has been struck and killed by a vehicle outside of West Yellowstone, Montana.

Read More »

Bison Poised To Become National Mammal


It’s an understatement to say that bison have made a comeback.

Read More »

Grand Teton National Park, John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway Announce Opening Dates

teton range blacktail

Grand Teton National Park and the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway have released their opening dates for 2016.

Read More »

Old Faithful Snow Lodge, Mammoth Hotel, Other Yellowstone Facilities Open April 29

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

More of Yellowstone National Park is opening up to visitors Friday, April 29.

Read More »

Invisible Boundaries Exhibit To Start May 27 At BBHC

Photo by Joe Riis

Have you ever been curious about Yellowstone’s so-called “invisible boundaries?”

Read More »

Well-Known Scarface Tabbed as Yellowstone Bear Killed Last November

Sandy Sisti/Wild at Heart Images

Scarface, a well-known, well-photographed Yellowstone National Park grizzly bear, has been identified as the bear killed north of Gardiner, Montana last November.

Read More »

U.S. Postal Service Unveils Yellowstone Forever Stamp


For any Yellowstone aficionado looking for their next favorite postage stamp, you’re in luck.

Read More »