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National Geographic dedicates issue to Yellowstone Park

posted by Dave Hornoff

May 2, 2016 — The current issue of National Geographic is devoted entirely to Yellowstone National Park.  To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the National P Read more >




Junctions kind of day! uncollared black?, Lamars, bears 5-1-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

May 1, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~   Still windy today but we had the sun to warm us up late morning.  High was in the 60's in the Park.   We left North Read more >




Wolf hunting near Denali, Yellowstone cuts wolf sightings in half

posted by Dave Hornoff

May 1, 2016 — Visitors to national parks are half as likely to see wolves in their natural habitat when wolf hunting is permitted just outside park boundaries. &ld Read more >




Junctions, Mollies, Lamars, bears 4-30-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 30, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~   Late start today.  The really early mornings just kill me so we were a bit late getting out.  It was really chilly at Read more >




Lamars, Mollies, Junctions, bears 4-29-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 29, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~   Lamars ~   I'm back in the saddle again.  On our way in today at about 1:10, 926F and Little T crossed the road in fr Read more >




8 Mile, Junctions, Mollies, bears 4-28-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 28, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~     From Doug ~  The wind keeps blowing around here making it pretty chilly.  A far distance from the days with hi Read more >




Junctions, Mollies, ?wolf, 8 Mile, moose, bears 4-28-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 28, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~   From Doug ~  Another very cool, windy morning in the Park.  There were dustings of snow showing on most of the north Read more >




United States to adopt bison as national mammal

posted by Dave Hornoff

April 27, 2016 — Bison are on track to become the United States’ national mammal... The U.S. House of Representatives passed the National Bison Legacy Act  Read more >




Invest in national park repairs for fun and profit

posted by Dave Hornoff

April 27, 2016 — “We’re going to do everything we can do to make their visit the best that it can be, but we’re not going to sacrifice the resources Read more >




FWP confirms grizzly killed near Yellowstone was well-known male No. 211, Scarface

posted by Dave Hornoff

April 27, 2016 — Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks confirmed in a Monday press release that the male grizzly bear shot in late November 2015 north of Gardiner was the Read more >




Junctions, Mollies, ?Prospects, Lamars, bears 4-26-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 26, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~   From Doug ~  Very cloudy and light snow coming down on the way through the park this morning.     We look Read more >




Scarface, Lamars, Mollies, Junction Butte, bears 4-25-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 25, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~    From Doug ~  Sad news to begin the report.... Scarface was shot in November last year.   They are just letting Read more >




Postal Service Previews Last of 16 Stamps Celebrating National Park Service's Centennial

posted by Dave Hornoff

April 25, 2016 — A stunning photograph of two bison silhouetted in Yellowstone National Park's winter morning sun was previewed today as the last of 16 Forever Stamp i Read more >




Mollies, Junctions, Lamar 4-24-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 24, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~   Heard from Doug today and another good day for wolves.  The wind is still whipping and it was cloudy with just a spit or t Read more >




Prospects, Junctions, bears 4-23-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 23, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~   From Doug ~  The weather deteriorated today, but Yellowstone has lots of micro climates.  I only felt a couple of rai Read more >




Correction to report on 4-22-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 23, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~ Just wanting to correct yesterdays report to 3 Lamars seen.  Little T was not there. Thanks Laurie Read more >




Biologist: Yellowstone Grizzlies Can't Afford Any Increase In Mortality

posted by Dave Hornoff

April 23, 2016 — David Mattson, a retired bear biologist and prominent critic who thinks that removing grizzly bears from the Endnagered Species List ’s a bad id Read more >




Only U.S. grizzly recovery coordinator retiring after 35 years

posted by Dave Hornoff

April 23, 2016 — The nation's first and only grizzly bear recovery coordinator is stepping down after 35 years, saying the threatened species has recovered enough fo Read more >




Junctions, Lamars, bears 4-22-16

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 22, 2016 — Hi Everyone ~   Another mild day temperature wise.  Very much warmer at North East so snow is melting quickly.   No sign of the Mol Read more >




Yellowstone visitors spend nearly $500M near park in 2015

posted by Dave Hornoff

April 22, 2016 — The National Park Service's report says that last year's visitors spent more than $493 million in local communities through direct spending and labo Read more >


Features

Return to the Wild — Have a Good Life!

posted by Dan Hartman

April 30, 2016 —     All spring I've been trying to get a glimpse of a boreal owl.  And I have now and then.  But on Wednesday I got a good long lo Read more >



Surrounded by Elk

posted by Rick Lamplugh

April 27, 2016 — May is the time of elk calves. And their protective mothers. Last year during our first May living just outside of Yellowstone, I learned firsthand (o Read more >



When Evidence Becomes Fact — Return to the Beartooths

posted by Dan Hartman

April 23, 2016 —      On the 7th, Cindy, Kelly and I had driven all the way around to Sunlight Basin and the foothills of the Beartooths.  We had f Read more >



Hiking Yellowstone — Let the Season Begin!

posted by Leo Leckie

April 21, 2016 — The Northern Range of Yellowstone National Park appeals to the intrepid explorer in each of us, with its dizzying ridgelines and summits, and the chan Read more >



Annual Spring Meetings — Yellowstone Invites Anglers to Attend

posted by Editor of Yellowstone Reports

April 20, 2016 — Yellowstone National Park staff will travel to nearby communities next week to talk with anglers about the ongoing efforts to restore native fish spec Read more >



The Pygmy and the Grosbeak — Natures Way

posted by Dan Hartman

April 12, 2016 —      Last week, Cindy looked out to see a pygmy owl bring down and kill a pine grosbeak.  By the time I found a shooting spot, the Read more >



Evening Silhouette — Owling

posted by Dan Hartman

April 11, 2016 —      After our successful owling trip on the other side of the mountain I was anxious to do my owl run.  So the very night we got Read more >



Owling on the other side of the mountain — What a Day!

posted by Dan Hartman

April 10, 2016 —      Every April we plan a trip that takes us to Livingston, Columbus, Red Lodge, Belfry and finally through Sunlight Basin to the foot Read more >



The Amazing Connection between Wolves and Ravens

posted by Rick Lamplugh

April 7, 2016 — Shauna Baron remembers how she laughed at a Yellowstone raven and wolf pup playing. The raven teased the pup and then hopped away. “I was amazed Read more >



Finding A Way — Adopting Survival

posted by Leo Leckie

April 1, 2016 — I know of mother bears adopting cubs who have wound up on their own for one reason or another, but yesterday I saw a remakable thing ... Two adult Bis Read more >



An Unexpected Encounter — The Peregrines and the Crow

posted by Dan Hartman

March 31, 2016 —      As my boreal owl reserach continues I'm finding the going a little harder than last year.  Even though I've identified roughl Read more >



The Martens and Me — Part 1

posted by Dan Hartman

March 25, 2016 —      Almost every talk I give, I'm sure to be asked why or how I got into owls.  Well, the answer comes from a place long ago and Read more >



An Inside Look at Bison Treatment at the Stephens Creek Capture Facility — Part Four in The Capture and Killing of Yellowstone’s Bison

posted by Rick Lamplugh

March 22, 2016 — This is the fourth and final part in a series on the controversial hunting, capture, and slaughter of Yellowstone’s bison. The first presented t Read more >



Boreal Owl Study — The Search Begins

posted by Dan Hartman

March 20, 2016 —      My boreal owl study has gotten off to a slow start.  My high for one night has been five, with only two of them singing in Ye Read more >




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