Tag Archives: Yellowstone

Strong numbers reported for September 2023 Yellowstone visitation

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

We saw some strong numbers compiled by the National Park Service for September 2023 Yellowstone visitation, exceeding the number of visits reported in September 2022 and September 2019.

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Drugs suspected in Yellowstone fatality

Yellowstone winter season

Drugs are suspected to be connected to a Yellowstone fatality, as a deceased woman and drugs were reportedly found in a stalled car found in a snowbank on the Craig Pass Sunday night.

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Yellowstone biking season opens April 7

spring biking in Yellowstone

Another sign of spring: ski

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Park County shuts down Yellowstone River recreation

Gardiner flooding

Yellowstone River recreation has been shut down by Park County due to public safety risks caused by extremely high water levels, endangered and failing infrastructure, flooded and impassible access roads, and limited availability of search and rescue resources.

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Yellowstone flooding shuts down park

Yellowstone flooding

With torrential rains causing substantial flooding, rockslides and mudslides, Yellowstone National Park is closed to the public, with inbound traffic to the park is temporarily halted and the northern part of the park has been evacuated.

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First 2022 Yellowstone grizzly sighting in the books

grizzly bear

We have the first 2022 Yellowstone grizzly sighting in the books, as a pilot working on park research sighted an adult bear walking in a meadow in the west-central part of the park.

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Illinois woman sentenced for approaching Yellowstone wildlife

Yellowstone Bear Incident 2021

An Illinois woman was sentenced for approaching Yellowstone wildlife after her interaction with a sow grizzly and three cubs went viral on social media.

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Body recovered at Shoshone Lake; search on for brother

Shoshone Lake

Some sad fall Yellowstone news: after two brothers were reported missing after a planned four-night backcountry trip to Shoshone Lake, one body was recovered yesterday and the search continues for the other.

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Another court report: Author/tour guide found guilty of Yellowstone violations

Yellowstone National Park

The U.S. federal court in Mammoth certainly has been busy. In the latest court decision, a part-time West Yellowstone resident has been found guilty of seven counts of illegal activities and violations in Yellowstone National Park.

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Long-term forecast: Drier, warmer Yellowstone region climate

What you are seeing these days in the Greater Yellowstone Area’s long, hot summer may just be the start of a trend, as research regarding climate trends in the region indicates a drier, warmer Yellowstone National Park.

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