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Yellowstone Fire Growth Mild As Severe Weather Conditions Endure

visitor watches Buffalo Fire

Fire growth in Yellowstone National Park was milder than expected yesterday as crews prepare for more critical fire weather this week.

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A Yellowstone Lake Kayaking Adventure, Vegan-Style

kayak near yellowstone lake

Imagine kayaking on Yellowstone Lake, exploring the remotest reaches of the lake, far from civilization.

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Beartooth Highway, Grant Village Open For Summer 2016 Season in Yellowstone

Beartooth Pass

As of 8 a.m. MST, the Beartooth Highway has opened for the 2016 summer season.

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Bear Aware Rental Kiosk Opens For the Season In Canyon Village

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Yellowstone’s sole bear spray rental kiosk opened yesterday in the Canyon Village Visitor Center.

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Old Faithful Inn, East Entrance Opens May 6

Old Faithful Inn

More of Yellowstone National Park is opening for the season tomorrow, May 6.

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Spring Plowing Set To Begin March 15

Sylvan Pass, 2013

It’s that time of year again: some Yellowstone roads will close soon for spring plowing.

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Public Comment Sought On Fishing Bridge, Indian Pond Road Construction

Fishing Bridge Postcard

Public comment is open on a possible road reconstruction between Fishing Bridge and Indian Pond.

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Hayden Valley Hawk Watch Happening September 20

Red-tailed hawk in Gardiner Basin;Jim Peaco;April 2014

Saturday, September 20, a Yellowstone Raptor Initiative volunteer will be leading the Hayden Valley Hawk Watch, in celebration of Yellowstone’s raptors.

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Yellowstone’s Spruce Fire Diminished By Rainfall

spruce fire september 14

The Spruce Fire in Yellowstone National Park has received a great deal of rainfall overnight Monday, September 14, stalling its growth significantly.

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See Video of the Spruce Fire Smoke Plume

spruce fire from dunraven 2

The Yellowstone National Park Facebook page uploaded a time lapse of the Spruce Fire, condensing an hour of smoke plumes into 30 seconds.

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