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More Wolves = Fewer Elk = Yellowstone Aspen Comeback

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It’s being hailed as a success in restoring balance to the area: the reintroduction of wolves has lessened the elk population — which in turn is fueling a Yellowstone aspen comeback.

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Yellowstone’s Inspiration Point Overlook Reopens

Inspiration Point 2018 renovations

Worth a visit if you’re in Yellowstone for the big holiday weekend: After a two-year reconstruction project, the Inspiration Point overlook area is now open, providing a safer and more accessible viewing area at the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River. 

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Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel Renovations to Begin Again Sept. 4

mammoth hot springs hotel renovations 2017

If you’re planning a fall or winter trip to Yellowstone National Park, here’s something to consider: Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel renovations are set to continue on Sept. 4, right after the busy Labor Day weekend.

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Yellowstone Grizzly Hunt Blocked – For Now

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A proposed Yellowstone grizzly hunt in Idaho and Wyoming was blocked for two weeks by U.S. District Judge Dana Christensen, who ruled more consideration was needed about the decision to delist the bears by the federal government and turn management over to the states.

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Bizarre Bison Incident Ends Up in Jail Time

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A bizarre string of events that saw misconduct at Grand Teton National Park, Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park, including a dangerous taunting of a bison, ended in a guilty plea at Yellowstone Justice Center yesterday.

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Female Grizzly With Cub Identified in Recent Yellowstone Bear Attack

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Rangers have determined a female grizzly with at least one cub or yearling was responsible for yesterday’s Yellowstone bear attack, but no further action will be taken.

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Cool Weather, Showers Slow Bacon Rind Fire

Bacon Rind Fire Aug. 23

Though the Yellowstone fire danger is currently pegged at Very High, things are relatively quiet, as cool weather and scattered showers has helped stall the Bacon Rind Fire and preventing little new fire activity in the Park.

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Bear Spray Saves the Day in Yellowstone Bear Attack

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This is why you carry bear spray when hiking: A Yellowstone bear attack could have been much worse had a family not purchased and used bear spray to mitigate injuries to a 10-year-old boy.

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Bacon Rind Fire Expands to 1,838 Acres

Bacon Rind Fire Aug. 16

The Bacon Rind Fire on Yellowstone National Park’s western boundary has expanded to 1,838 acres — but most of that growth has been to the south and not impacting Park operations.

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Yellowstone Bear Trapping Begins Next Week

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If you’re planning any backcountry hikes this fall, you may want to be aware of this: scientific Yellowstone bear trapping by the Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team (IGBST) and National Park Service runs from Aug. 21 through Oct. 31.

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