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Utah Couple Share Story of Yellowstone Bison Encounter

bison wallowing June 20 2017

The Utah couple butted by a Yellowstone bison last week have a lesson to share: don’t forget bison are wild!

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Utah Couple Injured by Bison in Mud Volcano Area of Yellowstone

bison wallowing June 20 2017

A married couple were butted by a bison in the Mud Volcano area of Yellowstone National Park.

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Yellowstone Spotlight: Fountain Paint Pot

yellowstone fountain paint pots february

The Fountain Paint Pot area is the undoubted star of the Lower Geyser Basin and ranks as one of the best spots in Yellowstone National Park.

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One-Day Trip: North Yellowstone Geology

Geologically speaking, Yellowstone National Park is a confluence of immense forces: volcanism, hydrothermal, and seismic activity.

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One-Day Trip: Trek to Mud Volcano Area

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

The western half of Yellowstone National Park gets most of the credit for geysers, but the eastern geyser basins are just as impressive.

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Druid Fires Continue to Smoulder in Yellowstone National Park

Aug. 21, Alum Fire

The six fires comprising the Druid Fire Complex continue to smoulder in Yellowstone National Park, with activity expected to diminish despite warmer weather and the chance of thunderstorms over the weekend.

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Rain Dampens Yellowstone’s Druid Fire Complex

Aug. 21, Alum Fire

Mother Nature cooperated and dampened the six fires yesterday in the Druid Fire Complex, allowing Park officials to reopen trails and better monitor smouldering areas.

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Alum Fire Wakes Up; May Impact Travel Today

alumfireaug26

After 10 days of dormancy, the Alum Fire near Mud Volcano came back to life thanks to favorable weather conditions and could force the closure of the Grand Loop Road between Canyon and Fishing Bridge.

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Weather Limits Growth of Yellowstone’s Druid Fire Complex UPDATED!

Alder Fire, Druid Fire Complex, Aug. 19

Efforts to manage the five fires in Yellowstone National Park have been consolidated into one effort under the Druid Fire Complex banner, as wet and cooler weather has slowed the growth of the larger fires.

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Yellowstone Fires Grow, But Still Not Impacting Visitors, Services

Alum Fire

Three Yellowstone fires continue to grow in size during dry weather conditions, but services are not impacted, and no temporary road closures are imminent.

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