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The Faces Behind The Old Faithful Webcam

Carolyn Aaronson, Webcam Operator

Do you ever look at the Old Faithful Geyser webcam?

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Yellowstone Fee Hikes on Tap for 2015

Mammoth Hot Springs at sunrise

Visitors to America’s oldest national park will see Yellowstone fee hikes starting on June 1, as an increase in entrance charges will fund important resource protection and visitor facility projects within the park, according to the National Park Service.

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Bears Emerging From Dens in Yellowstone

Yellowstone bear

Blame it on the groundhog perhaps, but bears have begun to emerge from their dens in Yellowstone National Park.

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Yellowstone Waiving Admission Fees Next Monday

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

Yellowstone National Park will be waiving admission fees next Monday, January 19.

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Final Days of the 2014 Yellowstone Summer Season

Buffalo Ranch in Lamar Valley

We’re gearing down for the end of the 2014 Yellowstone summer season, with most services shut down and many roads set to close in coming weeks. Still, this is a great time to visit the Park.

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Yellowstone Visitation Hits Almost Two Million So Far

South Entrance Opening 2013

Yellowstone visitation has peaked at nearly two million so far for the season.

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Canyon Village Receiving Prefabricated Lodge Units

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The Canyon Village redevelopment project is starting to take shape, with the arrival of prefabricated lodge units.

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Yellowstone Visitation Up From 2013

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

Yellowstone visitation is up thus far in 2014.

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Yellowstone Visitor Killed By Falling Tree

Yellowstone National Park

An unfortunate accident happened in Yellowstone National Park today, resulting in the death of a visitor.

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Researchers To Study Social Media in Yellowstone

Old Faithful

Social media and Yellowstone may seem like oil and water, but researchers in Illinois want to see how they mix.

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