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Bison Winterkill Benefits Yellowstone Wolves To Great Extent

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With more bison in Yellowstone National Park, more wolves are benefiting from their winterkill.

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Gardiner Sewer District Sues Yellowstone Over Arsenic

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The Gardiner-Park County Water and Sewer District is suing Yellowstone National Park over arsenic levels in its sewage treatment system.

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How Santa Gets Around Yellowstone National Park

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Rachel Cudmore loves her job in Yellowstone National Park, but every December she loves it just a little bit more.

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Yellowstone Releases New Winter Use Adaptive Management Plan

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Yellowstone National Park has released its new Winter Use Adaptive Management Plan, after over a year of discussion and debate.

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Yellowstone Officials Call For Change At Stephens Creek

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Annual operations at the Stephens Creek Bison Capture Facility are gearing up—but some officials are saying a change is necessary.

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Oregon Couple Pleads Guilty to Poaching Bison in Grand Teton National Park

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A pair of Oregon residents have pleaded guilty to poaching a bison in Grand Teton National Park last winter.

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Delaware North Acquires Yellowstone Vacations

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Delaware North has announced the purchase of West Yellowstone-based travel company Yellowstone Vacations.

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Yellowstone Superintendent Voices Concern Over Grizzly Delisting

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Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk has expressed concern over the future of Yellowstone’s grizzly population.

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Climate Change Projected To Alter Yellowstone Winter Operations

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With declining snowpack predicted throughout the Rocky Mountain West due to climate warming, a recent study suggests snow levels in some parts of Yellowstone won’t be deep or consistent enough to support a full season of over-snow travel as early as mid-century, according to two Yellowstone-area scientists.

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Superintendent Dan Wenk Predicts Record Crowds in Coming Years

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Superintendent Dan Wenk predicts record numbers of people will visit Yellowstone National Park over the coming years.

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