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Lamars home howling, Junction Butte, 889F, grizzlies 4-22-14

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 22, 2014 —   Hi Everyone ~  Thank you to Doug and Sian, once again, for notes today.  It is much appreciated.  I will be back in the saddl Read more >




Researchers look at key Yellowstone area Elk Migrations

posted by Dave Hornoff

April 22, 2014 — Yellowstone National Park serves as a melting pot for the handful of elk herds surrounding the area, said Doug McWhirter, wildlife biologist with the Read more >




jUnction Butte, grizzlies, 778 and a gray 4-21-14

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 22, 2014 — Hi Everyone ~  Thank you to Doug and Sian for notes today.   Another morning in the high teens heading into the Park.     Lama Read more >




Junction Butte 4-20-14

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 21, 2014 — Hi Everyone ~  Thank you to Doug and Sian for notes today   From Doug ~  It was another beautiful day in the park.     La Read more >




926F, unknown gray and 869, grizzly, 712? 4-19-14

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 19, 2014 — Hi Everyone ~  Thank you to Doug, Sian, Jim, Bobbi and Natalie for sending notes   From Doug ~  Weather wise today, it was the total Read more >




No wolves reported today, road opened to the south 4-18-14

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 18, 2014 — Hi Everyone ~  Thank you to Doug M., Sian, Jim and Bobbi F. for reporting today     From Doug ~  Not a great morning in the Park Read more >




National Park Service seeks comment on Lamar Ranch proposal

posted by Dave Hornoff

April 18, 2014 —   YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — The National Park Service is seeking public comment on some proposed infrastructure improvements at the hist Read more >




Lamar Canyon, Junction Butte, unknown gray wolf, grizzly, moose 4-17-14

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 17, 2014 — Hi Everyone ~  Thank you to Doug, Sian and Leo L. for notes today   From Doug ~  It was 19 degrees this morning with the moon shining Read more >




“Talk Trout” — Native Trout Program Outreach

posted by Editor of Yellowstone Reports

April 17, 2014 — Yellowstone is known as a prime destination for anglers.  However, protecting and preserving the park’s world class trout fisheries is an e Read more >




About the Yellowstone...

posted by Dave Hornoff

April 17, 2014 — Call it 670 miles or perhaps more precisely 674 miles, but either way, the Yellowstone River remains the nation’s longest undammed waterway. It Read more >




Junction Butte 907F, 763, 821, 755 and 889 4-16-14

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 16, 2014 — Hi Everyone ~  Thank you to Doug M., Sian, Jim and Bobbi for notes today   From Doug ~  It was 19 degrees this morning with 3 or 4 in Read more >




Junction Butte, moose 4-15-14

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 16, 2014 — Hi Everyone ~  Thank you to Doug, Sian, Jim and Bobbi and Sue O. for reporting today   It clouded up over night so, unfortunately, no ecli Read more >




Talking Trout

posted by Dave Hornoff

April 15, 2014 — Yellowstone National Park's staff will travel to nearby communities in the coming weeks to talk with anglers about the ongoing efforts to restore nati Read more >




Lamar Canyon, Junction Butte, 8 Mile 4-14-14

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 14, 2014 — Hi Everyone ~  Thank you to Doug, Sian, Jim and Bobbi for notes.   It was 2 below zero heading into the Park this morning and it's clear a Read more >




Lamar Canyon, Junction Butte, 8 Mile 4-13-14

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 13, 2014 — Hi Everyone ~  Thank you to Doug and Sian for notes today.   From Doug ~  It was 16 degrees and snowing when I left this morning.&nbs Read more >




Spring Plowing in Yellowstone — Road Opening Dates

posted by Dave Hornoff

April 13, 2014 —   Spring is finally coming to this snowbound high country, but don’t assume that it’s a gentle transition from winter. April 18, Ye Read more >




8 Mile, Junction Butte 4-12-14

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 12, 2014 — Hi Everyone ~  Thank you to Doug and Sian for notes today.   From Doug ~  It made it below freezing again last night so the slush fir Read more >




"Politics trumps Science with Predators"

posted by Dave Hornoff

April 12, 2014 —  Read the summary from Wednesday night’s symposium held at Idaho State University and hosted by the South East Idaho Environmental Network& Read more >




Cougar sighting! Junction Buttes, Lamar Canyon 4-11-14

posted by Laurie Lyman

April 11, 2014 — Hi Everyone ~  Thank you to Doug, Sian, Jim and Bobbi F. for reports today   From Doug ~  The slush was firmed up again this morning Read more >




Bear Activity from MTFWP reports

posted by Dave Hornoff

April 11, 2014 — Grizzly Captured near Eureka, Released in Glacier National Park According to FWP Bear and Lion Specialist Erik Wenum, a 6 year old 340-pound male gri Read more >


Features

Yellowstone Bison Shot: Hope in the Wake of Heartache — Inspiring The Next Generation of Yellowstone Guardians

posted by Michael Leach

April 22, 2014 — In commemoration of Earth Day, I’ve always made it habit to write a new essay/blog. Thankfully, living where I do, amidst a plethora of awe insp Read more >



Bush-wacking Behind Jct Butte — A Lot About Nothing

posted by Dan Hartman

April 18, 2014 —      Thursday dawned a beautiful day and as Friday was to be raining I decided to get a hike in.  This would be my first foray int Read more >



Roads from West Yellowstone and Mammoth Hot Springs to Old Faithful and Canyon — Open 4/18

posted by Editor of Yellowstone Reports

April 17, 2014 — For the first time since fall, visitors to Yellowstone National Park will be able to drive to see Old Faithful and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone Read more >



Creepy Sounds — Blood Moon

posted by Dan Hartman

April 16, 2014 —      A pygmy owl called below our cabin just before dark.  Listening to the tiny owl got me wandering what other owls might be cal Read more >



Lamar Buffalo Ranch Sustainable Energy Project — Yellowstone Seeks Comment

posted by Editor of Yellowstone Reports

April 10, 2014 — The National Park Service (NPS) is seeking public input to help prepare an environmental assessment (EA) to analyze impacts associated with proposed c Read more >



Why I Like Coyotes — Two Special Days at Lamar

posted by Rick Lamplugh

April 8, 2014 — My wife Mary and I have volunteered and lived during three winters at the Lamar Buffalo Ranch. We drive 14-passenger buses, carrying seminar participa Read more >



Cries in the dark — Night owl

posted by Dan Hartman

April 6, 2014 — April 1st      Wind had died down so I went out owling.  At Pebble I had a strange occurance going on.  A horned owl was hoo Read more >



A Gathering of Naturalists presents — "The Life & Times of One Tree" on Friday, April 18

posted by Leo Leckie

April 2, 2014 — Join John King as he tells about his relationship with one tree in Yellowstone National Park. The tree has lasted hundreds of years and John, through Read more >



Snowy Night — Finally, a heart beat

posted by Dan Hartman

April 1, 2014 —      The recent wintery weather has hampered my owl listenings, especially the windy evenings.  So when I stepped out a couple of Read more >



Yellowstone Earthquake Felt in Gardiner, MT — Send Reports to Yellowstone Volcano Observatory

posted by Dr. Jim Halfpenny

March 30, 2014 —       At 06:34 this morning (March 30, 2014) a 4.8 magnitude earthquake occurred 18 miles south of Gardiner (see maps and details below Read more >



Sounds in the night — Quiet so far

posted by Dan Hartman

March 24, 2014 —      I've been waiting to write about my boreal owl study until I had something to report.  Well, I'm now over three weeks into th Read more >



A Gathering of Naturalists Presents — Song of the North

posted by Leo Leckie

March 16, 2014 — Come experience this visual and auditory journey north of 55 degrees F and meet the people, the sea ice, the icebergs and auroras of this other wonder Read more >



$3.6 Billion Impact — More Than 11 Million Nonresidents Visited Montana in 2013

posted by Editor of Yellowstone Reports

March 14, 2014 — Montana's thriving tourism industry continues to astound.  Categories of vacation and visits to family in the state are very often associated wit Read more >



Scarface, Bear #211 — Insights into the Grand Old Man

posted by Leo Leckie

March 9, 2014 — Yellowstone's big male Grizzliy Bears are beginning to emerge from their winter dens and working the river corridors of the park. And even the fame o Read more >



Late Winter Snow — Enough Already!

posted by Dan Hartman

March 9, 2014 —      This winter started innocently enough.  By mid February some would even say we were having below average snow accumulation. & Read more >




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