Yellowstone

Problems persist with illegal killing of Greater Yellowstone wolves   By Mike Koshmrl Jackson Hole News&Guide Via Wyoming News Exchange   JACKSON — The way Lane Bunner tells it, the wolf was chasing his Jack Russell terrier, had closed to within 40 yards or so, and he had to make a split-second...
Plan would use poison to restore Yellowstone cutthroat trout   By Angus M. Thuermer Jr., WyoFile.com   Wyoming has launched a long-range plan to restore Yellowstone cutthroat trout to the Bighorn Basin and make parts of five watersheds the sensitive species’ exclusive domain. The Game and Fish...
Petito’s death ruled homicide   By Evan Robinson-Johnson and Alexander Shur Jackson Hole News&Guide Via Wyoming News Exchange   JACKSON — The search for Brian Laundrie continues three days after his partner Gabrielle “Gabby” Petito was found dead near the Grand Teton National Park boundary at...
Yellowstone National Park attendance increases over holiday   By Mark Davis Powell Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange   POWELL — Fewer people entered Yellowstone National Park through the East Gate over the Independence Day holiday, but local leaders say it continues to be a strong year for tourism...
Mussel-infected boat intercepted in Yellowstone   By Mike Koshmrl Jackson Hole News&Guide Via Wyoming News Exchange   JACKSON – For Sue Mills, it was simultaneously concerning and reassuring for her staff to find a quagga mussel attached to a boat that was about to hit the water in Yellowstone...
Video bloggers involved in some commercial ventures now able to film in national parks without prior approval   By Mark Davis Powell Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange   POWELL – A federal judge recently found the permit and fee requirements for filming video on National Park Service properties are...
  By Dustin Bleizeffer, WyoFile.com   Average temperatures are rising in the Greater Yellowstone Area, resulting in less snow, earlier runoff and major economic implications in the western headwaters region, according to a newly released climate study. The changes threaten to upset traditional...
Court cans low-impact film permits in Grand Teton, Yellowstone parks   By Mike Koshmrl Jackson Hole News&Guide Via Wyoming News Exchange   JACKSON — The National Park Service has changed its permitting requirements so that commercial filmmakers no longer have to pay fees or gain clearance as...
Wyoming to join wolverine study   By Mark Davis Powell Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange   POWELL — A video of a wolverine loping through the woods in Yellowstone National Park turned the spotlight on the rarest of animals in the lower 48 states. It’s a species that may also be making a comeback in...

Tourists watch an eruption of Old Faithful last month at the Upper Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone typically sees crowds dwindle in October, but the park remained busy with visitors through its closing day on Nov. 1. Photo by Bradly J. Boner, Jackson Hole News&Guide.

Jail time, accidents punctuate stressful summer, frenetic fall for Yellowstone, Grand Teton    By Mike Koshmrl Jackson Hole News&Guide Via Wyoming News Exchange   JACKSON —Marc Eckert muttered a drawn-out “yeahhhhh” as he pondered how to tackle the question: So how did it go? Eckert,...

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