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Famous Yellowstone White Wolf Shot, Necropsy Reveals

Yellowstone wolf, white wolf

A preliminary necropsy has revealed one of Yellowstone’s most rare and famous wolves was shot.

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IGBST Trapping Yellowstone Grizzlies Between May 7 and July 30

Yellowstone grizzly

The Interagency Grizzly Bear Study Team (IGBST) will be trapping grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem starting this weekend.

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What A Wyoming Wolf Hunt Could Mean for Yellowstone Wolves

Yellowstone wolf, white wolf

Yellowstone wolf dynamics could change considerably when Wyoming fully resumes management of wolves outside the park.

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Superintendent Wenk Promises Action Against Sexual Harassment in Yellowstone Workforce

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

Superintendent Dan Wenk has promised action in addressing sexual harassment claims in the Yellowstone National Park workforce.

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Investigators Find Evidence of Widespread Sexual Harassment in Yellowstone Workforce

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

Federal investigators have concluded there’s “credible evidence” of sexual harassment against female employees in Yellowstone National Park.

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25 Yellowstone Bison Bulls To Be Spared for Fort Peck Exchange

January 22, 2015

State and federal officials will spare 25 of the 40 bison originally set aside for the Fort Peck Tribes, according to an Associated Press newsbreak.

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State, Federal Officials Look For Quick Resolution of Bison Dilemma

Yellowstone bison

Federal and state officials are hoping for a clear, quick resolution to Montana Governor Steve Bullock’s temporary halt on bison slaughter.

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Governor Bullock Halts Bison Slaughter Temporarily

bison, stephens creek, Yellowstone bison

Montana Governor Steve Bullock has temporarily suspended the slaughter of Yellowstone National Park bison.

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Remaining High On Life Defendants Plead Guilty

High On Life

Three defendants from the High On Life company plead guilty to tampering with features in Yellowstone National Park Thursday, January 19, 2017.

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Nearly 4.3 Million Visit Yellowstone National Park in 2016

roosevelt arch

Nearly 4.3 million people visited Yellowstone National Park in 2016, shattering 2015’s record for most visitors in a calendar year.

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