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Over 50 Yellowstone Bison Escape Through Cut Fence at Stephens Creek Facility

Yellowstone bison

Over 50 Yellowstone bison escaped through a cut fence at the Stephens Creek Bison Capture Facility in northern Yellowstone National Park.

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Stephens Creek Area Closed for Annual Yellowstone Bison Operations

Yellowstone bison

Yellowstone National Park has instituted a temporary area closure around Stephens Creek in anticipation of this year’s bison season.

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Yellowstone Snow Groomer Shares Experiences

Photo by Scott Hape

You might not associate winter in Yellowstone with snow-grooming equipment like the gear used at downhill ski resorts.

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Nathan Varley Reflects on Yellowstone Upbringing

Courtesy of Nathan Varley

It took becoming an adult and moving away to make a Yellowstone native appreciate growing up in the world’s first national park.

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Yellowstone’s East Entrance Open to Oversnow Travel

Sylvan Pass, 2013

The East Entrance and Sylvan Pass in Yellowstone National Park have opened to oversnow travel for the 2017-2018 winter season.

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Jackson Elk May Be Forgetting Way to Yellowstone National Park

elk migration

The Jackson elk herd may be forgetting how to migrate from the National Elk Refuge in Jackson, Wyoming to Yellowstone National Park.

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Yellowstone Closer to Having Bison Quarantine Area

bison wallowing June 20 2017

Yellowstone National Park is closer to having a certified bison quarantine area in the existing Stephen Creek Bison Capture Facility.

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Sore Mouth Disease Seen in Yellowstone Bighorn Sheep

bighorn ram sore mouth disease

Sore mouth disease has recently been observed in Yellowstone National Park’s bighorn sheep population.

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Yellowstone Superintendent to Receive Honorary MSU Doctorate

Dan Wenk

Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk will receive an honorary doctorate from Montana State University during fall commencement.

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Study Warns Yellowstone Gateway Communities Could Lose Revenue Due to Fee Hike

roosevelt arch

A new study warns gateway communities around Yellowstone National Park could lose millions in visitor spending if the National Park Service raises entrance fees.

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