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Yellowstone Wolf Genealogy Project A Boon For Wolfwatchers

Yellowstone wolves

Looking to learn more about Yellowstone wolves? The Yellowstone Wolf Genealogy Family Tree project is here to help.

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Additional Comment Sought on Fire Lookout Project

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Yellowstone National Park is seeking additional public comment on their plan to install additional antennae on the Mount Washburn Fire Lookout.

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Bear 399 Reemerges in Grand Teton With Twin Cubs

Photo credit: Ryan Dorgan, National Geographic

Bear 399, one of Grand Teton National Park’s most famous grizzlies, has been spotted around Pilgrim Creek—with two cubs in tow.

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Cody Businesses Concerned About Fishing Bridge Construction

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Cody-area business leaders expressed concerns to Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk over the proposed roadwork project around Fishing Bridge.

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Yellowstone Officials Mull Solutions to Visitor Crush

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With the summer season heating up in Yellowstone National Park, some officials are sounding the alarm on overcrowding in America’s first national park.

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Lake Trout Continue to Dominate Yellowstone Lake

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Amid ongoing lake trout reduction efforts, the fish continues to dominate Yellowstone waters, according to park officials.

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Famous Yellowstone White Wolf Shot, Necropsy Reveals

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A preliminary necropsy has revealed one of Yellowstone’s most rare and famous wolves was shot.

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New Study Measures Impact of Whitebark Pine Decline on Yellowstone Grizzlies

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A new study shows some Yellowstone grizzlies may be adapting in the face of declining whitebark pine—but that more study is needed.

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Biologists Say Wolves Improve Yellowstone Ecosystem

Wolf in Rose Creek pen;Jim Peaco;January 27, 1996;Catalog #15118

Yellowstone biologists say wolves have improved Yellowstone’s ecosystem since reintroduction in 1995.

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Protect the Wolves Calls For Wolf Kill Buffer Outside Yellowstone

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Native American advocacy group Protect the Wolves is calling for a “no wolf hunting” buffer outside Yellowstone National Park.

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