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Public Comment Period Ends on Paradise Valley Mining Ban

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The public comment period on a potential mineral withdrawal within the Paradise Valley outside Yellowstone National Park ended Wednesday.

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Over 570 Yellowstone Bison Killed So Far This Season

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Over 570 Yellowstone bison have been killed so far this winter, according to estimates from wildlife managers.

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New Yellowstone Science Issue Focused on Native Fish Restoration

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The new edition of Yellowstone Science highlights ongoing efforts to restore native fish to Yellowstone National Park.

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2017 Yellowstone YCC Program Application Period Open

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Yellowstone National Park is recruiting for its 2017 Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) program.

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Montana Bill Would Let Bison With Brucellosis Leave Park

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A Montana rep has proposed a bill that strip a requirement that bison be brucellosis-free before being transported out of Yellowstone National Park.

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Researchers Learning More About Yellowstone Cougars

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With new technology and techniques, researchers are learning more and more about Yellowstone National Park’s cougar population.

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Yellowstone Employees Celebrate Annual “Winter Olympics”

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As if spending a winter working at Old Faithful isn’t fun enough in its own right, there’s a longstanding tradition of holding an informal “Winter Olympics” among seasonal employees—complete with opening ceremonies, 10 days of contests and events and even a closing ceremony.

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Shipment of Bison From Stephens Creek Starts Today

January 22, 2015

The shipment of bison from Stephens Creek Bison Capture Facility began today.

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Replacement Bighorn Pass Trail Bridge Open to Public

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The Bighorn Pass Trail bridge over the Gallatin River is open again to visitor traffic.

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25 Yellowstone Bison Bulls To Be Spared for Fort Peck Exchange

January 22, 2015

State and federal officials will spare 25 of the 40 bison originally set aside for the Fort Peck Tribes, according to an Associated Press newsbreak.

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