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Fire northeast of Yellowstone grows to 20 acres

posted by Dave Hornoff

June 30, 2016 — A fire burning northeast of Yellowstone National Park grew to 20 acres overnight, according to a Shoshone National Forest spokesperson. The fir Read more >

Junctions, Lamar, Wapiti 6-29-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

June 29, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~   Warm one today with mostly clear skies.  The mornings are definitely warmer this year.  In past years, it was somewha Read more >

Lamars, Junction, Wapiti 6-28-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

June 28, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~   Scattered high clouds kept us cooler today.  The heat is intense at Slough.  That is possibly the reason that the wol Read more >

Trapping begins to study Yellowstone grizzly populations

posted by Dave Hornoff

June 28, 2016 —  The public is warned to look for signs that they might be entering a grizzly baiting  Starting July 1st wildlife officials are baiting&nbs Read more >

Yellowstone Deputy Superintendent Steve lobst receives high honor

posted by Dave Hornoff

June 28, 2016 — Steven F. Iobst, deputy superintendent at Yellowstone National Park, received the Department of the Interior's (DOI) Meritorious Service Award during Read more >

Logging, burn project proposed north of Hebgen Lake

posted by Dave Hornoff

June 28, 2016 — U.S. Forest Service officials are proposing a logging and prescribed burning project across more than nine square miles just west of Yellowstone Natio Read more >

Lamar Canyon 993M has died 6-28-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

June 28, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~   Have the sad news today that 993M was most likely trampled while hunting out Cache.  Because his collar is one with the ne Read more >

Junctions, Lamar update, Wapiti 6-27-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

June 27, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~   Beautiful day in the Park with highs in the 80's.  Northeast especially is so lush and green.  One forgets from year Read more >

Mandarin-speaking rangers hired at Yellowstone

posted by Dave Hornoff

June 27, 2016 — Yellowstone National Park’s interpretive rangers include two this summer who speak Chinese.  Park officials said in January Mandarin-speak Read more >

Two billboards that went up in Cody last week were done so in opposition to grizzly bear endangered species delisting efforts.

posted by Dave Hornoff

June 27, 2016 — Roger Hayden, managing director of Wyoming Wildlife Associates, said WWA has five such signs in Wyoming, Idaho and Montana – the three st Read more >

4 years of work begins at Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

posted by Dave Hornoff

June 27, 2016 — Current closures include: • Inspiration Point is closed until fall 2016. • A section of the North Rim Tr Read more >

Junctions, Lamars, Wapiti 6-26-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

June 26, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~   From Doug ~  Another beautiful day in paradise!    The Junctions provided very interesting watching today.&nbs Read more >

Satellite images show Glacier Park's ice fields shrinking

posted by Dave Hornoff

June 26, 2016 — A pair of new animations from NASA’s Earth Observatory compile three decades of satellite images that show Glacier National Park’s landmar Read more >

Canyons, Wapiti, Junctions, grizzlies, otters 6-25-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

June 25, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~     Report from Natalie last night  ~  Natalie hear that the Wapiti alpha female was seen yesterday morning with 3 Read more >

Junctions, update on Wapiti, grizzlies 6-23-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

June 23, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~   It's approaching the high 80's late morning, so it's going to be toasty again today.     From Doug on Junction Read more >

Junctions, Wapiti, grizzlies 6-22-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

June 22, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~   The temps rose into the mid-nineties in Gardiner today.  It was a beautiful day in the park.     Junction Read more >

Visiting Yellowstone with dogs

posted by Dave Hornoff

June 22, 2016 — Camping in Yellowstone is, for dog-owners, limited to the twelve official campgrounds, and forbidden in the backcountry. Visiting Yellowstone w Read more >

Junction, Wapiti, grizzlies 6-21-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

June 21, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~   From Doug ~  We had another nice sunrise this morning with a few clouds gathering the color.     Junction Read more >

?black wolf, Junction, Wapiti, grizzlies 6-20-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

June 20, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~   From Leo Wildside LLC  ~   At 5:30 this morning, while heading eastward my Wild Side group and I drove up to a wolf s Read more >

Junctions, Lamar Canyon, ?black at Lava Creek, grizzlies, moose 6-19-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

June 19, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~   From Doug ~  I stopped at the Nature Trail this morning to catch the setting moon.     The Junctions were Read more >


Gray Wolves Support Each Other in Times of Danger — Article by Kira Cassidy of the Yellowstone Wolf Project

posted by Leo Leckie

June 29, 2016 — We called him Triangle, for the shape of the white blaze on his chest. Born into the last litter of the Druid Peak pack—he was smaller than h Read more >

Famous Bear Cub Killed — Hit and Run in National Park

posted by Dave Hornoff

June 21, 2016 — The first official day of summer dawned with tragedy in Grand Teton National Park Monday as the lone cub of world famous Grizzly 399 was con Read more >

First nest log — One nest gone, two to go.

posted by Dan Hartman

June 18, 2016 —   The chicks have fledged and left the nest area, so I can now post the log on my first nest.  I hope you enjoy it! April 7     Read more >

JUNE 18--DEADLINE EXTENDED--TO WRITE TO MONTANA FWP COMMSSIONERS! — Send your comments in support of wolves in the Gardiner area to

posted by Ilona Popper

June 17, 2016 — Ask the FWP Commissioners to confirm and not reverse their decision to vote down the 2016 Wolf Hunt Proposal and keep the 2015 version, which allows 2 Read more >

Yellowstone Badger

posted by Leo Leckie

June 16, 2016 —   An American Badger (Taxidea taxus) in Yellowstone National Park's Lamar Valley hunts for its favorite prey this time of year, the Uinta Grou Read more >

The Bear Creek Council — Advocates for Yellowstone's Wildlife

posted by Dr. Nathan Varley

June 4, 2016 — Founded in 1983, the Bear Creek Council (BCC) is a local, all-volunteer, grassroots organization working to conserve and protect the integrity of our Read more >

How Life Changes for a Wolf Pack

posted by Rick Lamplugh

June 3, 2016 — We are just minutes from the trailhead when we hear wolves howling, distinct high and low notes create a captivating chord. We stop and stand, still a Read more >

Condemnation vs. Empathy — A Different Perspective On The Death of A Bison Calf

posted by Michael Leach

June 2, 2016 — Emotions ran high following a recent event here in Yellowstone that made national headlines and international news. Tragedy unfolded after a father Read more >

Yellowstone National Park Gets a Stamp of Approval — Postal Service New Release

posted by Editor of Yellowstone Reports

June 2, 2016 — The Forever stamp depicting a stunning photograph of two bison silhouetted in Yellowstone National Park’s winter morning sun was dedicated today Read more >

WRITE TO MONTANA FWP COMMISSIONERS — Write before June 17 to let the FWP Commissioners know you approve their May decision on wolf hunting in WMU 313!

posted by Ilona Popper

May 23, 2016 — And please attend the May 31 FWP Wolf Hunt meeting in Gardiner at Gardiner School 6-8 pm to make the same comments! Thank you to those who attende Read more >

Bison Calf Euthanized — Lack of Respect for Wildlife and Safety Regulations

posted by Editor of Yellowstone Reports

May 16, 2016 — In recent weeks, visitors in the park have been engaging in inappropriate, dangerous, and illegal behavior with wildlife. These actions endanger peopl Read more >

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