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Yellowstone to Install Barriers to Combat Aquatic Invasive Species

fishing from boat Yellowstone Lake 2015

Yellowstone officials are ramping up their efforts to combat aquatic invasive species such as mussels—by modifying their boat ramps.

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Yellowstone Weighs Ban on Felt-Soled Wading Boots

visitors fishing in firehole river 2012

Yellowstone National Park officials are weighing whether to ban felt-soled wading boots in all park waters.

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Lake Trout Continue to Dominate Yellowstone Lake

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Amid ongoing lake trout reduction efforts, the fish continues to dominate Yellowstone waters, according to park officials.

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New Yellowstone Science Issue Focused on Native Fish Restoration

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The new edition of Yellowstone Science highlights ongoing efforts to restore native fish to Yellowstone National Park.

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Crews Remove 366,000 Lake Trout from Yellowstone Lake

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It’s that time of year again: lake trout removal numbers for Yellowstone Lake are in—and echoing last year, they’re up significantly.

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Biologists Remove Large Number of Lake Trout From Yellowstone Lake

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The effort to remove non-native lake trout from Yellowstone Lake seems to once again be paying dividends.

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Yellowstone Employees, Xanterra Receive NPS Awards

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

Yellowstone employees and Xanterra Parks & Resorts took home over a dozen awards from the National Park Service and Department of the Interior this year.

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Arctic Grayling, Westslope Cutthroat Trout Restoration Underway In Grayling Creek

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Grayling Creek will soon be living up to its namesake once with the reintroduction of Arctic grayling.

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Yellowstone Lake Netting: Lake, Cutthroat Trout Numbers Up

Netting operations on Yellowstone Lake have yielded higher numbers of both invasive lake trout and cutthroat trout, leading officials to declare progress in the battle to save native species.

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