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Shift in Yellowstone Bison Management in Place for 2011

Yellowstone Bison

Bison

A long-awaited shift in Yellowstone National Park bison management is now in place. Bison roaming past Gardiner will be hazed and tested for exposure to brucellosis; those testing negative will be moved to the Gallatin National Forest, while the rest will be moved back to the Park. Critics say the new plan treats bison like cattle.

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Anschutz Kills Yellowstone Luxury Train Service

Gardiner Train Station

Gardiner Train Station

Luxury train service to Yellowstone National Park and other Western landmarks was spiked before it launched, as billionaire Philip Anschutz pulled the plug on the American Railway Explorer project, set to launch in 2011.

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Dude-Rancher Writings Donated to Yellowstone

OTO Dude Ranch

OTO Dude Ranch

The memoirs of Dick Randall, the turn-of-the-century Yellowstone-area dude rancher whose guests included President Theodore Roosevelt and the King of Prussia, have been donated to the Yellowstone National Park archives in Gardiner by friends of the family.

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Yellowstone Association Unveils Lodging/Educational Tour Packages

Yellowstone Association

Looking to combine education and lodging at Yellowstone National Park? The Yellowstone Association Institute is now offering a variety of packages combining accommodations in Gardiner with educational tours run by expert naturalists.

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NPS Proposing Yellowstone Bison Vaccination Via Air Rifle

Yellowstone Bison

The National Park Service is seeking public input on a proposed plan to treat brucellosis in the Yellowstone National Park bison herd with vaccine delivered via darts and air rifles, designed to minimize the impact on the herd.

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NPS to Take Fresh Look at Yellowstone’s North Entrance

Roosevelt Arch

Yellowstone National Park's North Entrance, which is frequently a bottleneck for tourists wanting to hit America's Oldest National Park, could receive a extreme makeover as the National Park Service asks the public for input on possible improvements.

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Have a Jones for Yellowstone? Bike West, Young Person

Yellowstone National Park

We are between seasons in Yellowstone National Park; the winter season has ended and the spring season won't be here until April 16, when some of the Yellowstone Grand Loop Road is expected to open. But you can still visit Yellowstone in this offseason, albeit in a limited fashion: On bike.

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Shaping the Future Winter Use Plan for Yellowstone

Yellowstone Bison

The public has until March 30 to suggest what should be included in the next winter-use plan for Yellowstone National Park, but public meetings and comments from officials give us some idea of what could be included. We look at some of the pubic input.

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Group Pitches Plowing of Road Between West Yellowstone, Old Faithful

Yellowstone in Winter

A group is petitioning the National Park Service to plow the highway between West Yellowstone and Old Faithful year-round, much the same as the road between Gardiner and Cooke City is plowed all winter long.

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