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Catching Up With Yellowstone Winterkeeper Jeff Henry

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What comes down must get shoveled off, at least in Yellowstone winterkeeper Jeff Henry’s wintry world.

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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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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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Public Comment Sought on Mount Washburn Antenna Project

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Yellowstone National Park is seeking public comment on whether to mount an antenna at the Mount Washburn Fire Lookout to boost telecommunications services.

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More Elk Migrating Out of Yellowstone Into Montana

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Elk numbers are up in northern Yellowstone, according to a recent survey from the Northern Yellowstone Wildlife Working Group. Further, more are migrating into Montana.

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Yellowstone Officials Wary Of Invasive Mussels

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Biologists in Yellowstone National Park are on the alert for a new ecosystem threat: mussels.

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Superintendent Dan Wenk Predicts Record Crowds in Coming Years

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Superintendent Dan Wenk predicts record numbers of people will visit Yellowstone National Park over the coming years.

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Crews Remove 366,000 Lake Trout from Yellowstone Lake

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It’s that time of year again: lake trout removal numbers for Yellowstone Lake are in—and echoing last year, they’re up significantly.

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Man Who Died In Hot Spring Accident Wanted To Go Soaking

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The man who died after falling into a hot spring in Norris earlier this year may have been looking to go soaking in the basin.

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Study Uses 1988 Yellowstone Fires To Measure Future Bark Beetle Vulnerability In Western Forests

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A new forest study is using the 1988 Yellowstone fires to map out whether burned forests are more susceptible to bark beetle outbreaks  in the future.

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