The largest grant, $100,000, is dedicated to improving safety for wildlife watchers — the folks who pull off the side of the road to check out bears, bison, antelope and other wildlife.
A grant of $85,000 will be dedicated toward a five-year study of the Park’s raptors: owls, eagles and the like.
A grant of $15,000 will be dedicated toward a study of the effects of white-nose syndrome on Yellowstone bat populations.
For more information on the Park Foundation, check out its website.
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