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Yellowstone History: Lost Lake

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In spite of its name, Yellowstone’s Lost Lake is remarkably easy to find.

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Yellowstone History: Electric Peak

electric peak a superb landmark of the north side 1920 national parks portfolio robert sterling yard JE Haynes photo

It’s a marvelous sight, seeing Electric Peak crest on the horizon.

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Yellowstone History: Punch Bowl Spring

punch bowl spring postcard 1909

Located just west of Daisy Geyser, on the way to Black Sand Basin, Punch Bowl Spring has a long history with Yellowstone visitors.

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All Ages Coloring Book “Yellowstone: Color It Wild” Released

Yellowstone: Color It Wild

Yellowstone National Park has announced a new all ages coloring book entitled Yellowstone: Color It Wild.

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Yellowstone History: March 1, 1872

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Today is March 1, which means it’s time to wish Yellowstone National Park a very happy 144th birthday!

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BBHC Announces Yellowstone Discovered Exhibit

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The Buffalo Bill Historical Center has announced a new photography exhibit entitled “Yellowstone Discovered.”

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Robot Slated To Explore Yellowstone Lake Within A Few Years

Yellowstone visitation

Have you ever wondered what’s at the bottom of Yellowstone Lake? Ever wanted to take a look?

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Yellowstone History: Echinus Geyser

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Looking at Echinus Geyser today, you may question why it warrants the name of “geyser.”

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Yellowstone History: The Yellowstone Lake Islands

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Most of the Yellowstone Lake islands aren’t broadly noteworthy in Yellowstone National Park’s history, with the exception of Dot Island.

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Yellowstone Books: Yellowstone and the Great West

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Although it was not the first expedition through the region, the 1871 Hayden Geological Survey really did help Yellowstone become a national park.

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