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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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Famous Yellowstone White Wolf Shot, Necropsy Reveals

Yellowstone wolf, white wolf

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

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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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IGBST Trapping Yellowstone Grizzlies Between May 7 and July 30

Yellowstone grizzly

The Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team (IGBST) will be trapping grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem starting this weekend.

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Yellowstone River Symposium in Livingston Looks Forward

Yellowstone River

A symposium in Livingston, Montana is discussing the future of the Yellowstone River after last summer’s alarming whitefish die-off.

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Yellowstone Visitors Contribute $680.4M to Local Economy in 2016

roosevelt arch

Visitors to Yellowstone National Park contributed $680.4 million to the local economy in 2016, according to the NPS’ annual peer-reviewed report.

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Investigators Find Evidence of Widespread Sexual Harassment in Yellowstone Workforce

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

Federal investigators have concluded there’s “credible evidence” of sexual harassment against female employees in Yellowstone National Park.

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Replacement Bighorn Pass Trail Bridge Open to Public

Bighorn Pass Trail bridge

The Bighorn Pass Trail bridge over the Gallatin River is open again to visitor traffic.

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Decision Coming Today on 40 Bison Promised to Fort Peck

bison, stephens creek

The fate of 40 bison wanted by the Fort Peck Indian Reservation may be decided today.

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More Elk Migrating Out of Yellowstone Into Montana

sleeping elk december 29 2016 diane renkin

Elk numbers are up in northern Yellowstone, according to a recent survey from the Northern Yellowstone Wildlife Working Group. Further, more are migrating into Montana.

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