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Yellowstone’s Sylvan Pass to Open Tomorrow

Sylvan Pass

Sylvan Pass

The Sylvan Pass and the East Entrance will be open for business at 6 a.m. tomorrow (Wednesday) morning on a limited basis, as snow has been cleared from the roads, but folks could experience delays when the road narrows to one lane thanks to a washout.

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Tracking the Wild Ermine in Yellowstone National Park

Ermine in Yellowstone

Here's something you don't see every day: an ermine streaking through the snow at Lake Butte, captured by the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory webcam set up to provide a live view toward Steamboat Point, Mary Bay and the north shore of Yellowstone Lake.

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Yellowstone Area Webcams: Yellowstone Volcano Observatory

This portable and temporary webcam, installed by the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory, is currently installed at Lake Butte toward Steamboat Point, Mary Bay and the north shore of Yellowstone Lake. It updates hourly, is powered by solar energy, and will be moved to various places of interest relevant to geologic hazards at Yellowstone National Park. It shuts down nightly to conserve energy.

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Yellowstone Area Webcams: Mount Washburn Fire SE Lookout

Mount Washburn Fire Lookout

Mt. Washburn Webcam

A webcam installed at the Mount Washburn fire lookout is aimed to the southeast, with views of Yellowstone Lake, the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and Hayden Valley.

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Yellowstone Doane Fire Not Kicking Up Smoke, May Be Burned Out

Doane Fire

Doane FireThe Doane Fire, located south of the East Entrance near Yellowstone Lake, has stopped kicking up smoke and is most likely done.

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Trout Unlimited: Time For Extreme Measures to Rid Yellowstone Lake of Lake Trout

Lake Trout

The National Park Service is waging a losing battle against the invasive lake trout as it slowly takes over Yellowstone Lake to the detriment of other trout species, according to Trout Unlimited, who want to see more aggressive actions taken against the interloper.

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