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Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk Mulls Future at Park

Dan Wenk

Following a report in the Washington Post, Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk has reportedly spent more time thinking about his future.

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Yellowstone Proposes 4,200 As New Goal for Bison Population

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Yellowstone National Park has proposed that bison managers aim to keep the bison population around 4,200 rather than 3,000.

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Bison Injures Woman at Old Faithful

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On the afternoon of May 1, 2018, a bison injured a woman at Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park.

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Yellowstone Superintendent Could Be Reassigned Under Interior Proposal

Dan Wenk

Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk could be reassigned under a potential proposal to “shakeup” management in the National Park Service.

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Yellowstone Could Ship Bison to Fort Peck by End of Year

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Yellowstone National Park could send bison to the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in eastern Montana by the end of the year.

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Montana Officials Track Yellowstone Area Elk for Brucellosis

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This spring, Montana undertook a series of elk captures to better understand how brucellosis moves through the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.

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Yellowstone Bison Protester Sentenced in Court

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The other bison protester arrested after chaining himself to a concrete-filled barrel outside Stephens Creek has been sentenced in federal court.

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Over 1,100 Yellowstone Bison Killed This Year

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Over 1,100 Yellowstone bison have been hunted and slaughtered this winter, far above the goal set for this year’s Interagency Bison Management Plan.

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One Yellowstone Bison Protester Pleads Guilty to Misdemeanor Charges

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One of the Yellowstone bison protesters arrested last Friday in Yellowstone National Park has plead guilty to misdemeanor charges.

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Two Bison Protesters Arrested This Morning in Yellowstone

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A pair of bison protesters were arrested after chaining themselves to cement-filled barrels, in an attempt to prevent bison from being shipped to slaughter.

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