Yellowstone

Wolf pack pups unusually used to humans   By Mike Koshmrl Jackson Hole News&Guide Via Wyoming News Exchange   JACKSON — An unusual set of circumstances led to an extremely habituated litter of wolf pups being raised near Slough Creek last summer, a behavioral trait that likely played a role in...
Yellowstone bears cause more traffic jams in 2018   By Lew Freedman Cody Enterprise Via Wyoming News Exchange   CODY — The story of bears in Yellowstone National Park in 2018 can basically be summed up as bears leaving people alone, but people not leaving bears alone. According to the park’s annual...
Yellowstone bison moved to Montana   By Lew Freedman Cody Enterprise Via Wyoming News Exchange   CODY — Interrupted and delayed by sabotage, an ambitious project to transfer Yellowstone National Park bison to Native American tribes on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation in Montana made a milestone...
Yellowstone superintendent says visitor numbers have plateaued   By Lew Freedman Cody Enterprise Via Wyoming News Exchange   CODY — Yellowstone National Park superintendent Cam Sholly said he believes the nation’s oldest national park has “plateaued a little bit” in annual attendance at 4-million-...
Social media did in Yellowstone lion poachers   By Mike Koshmrl Jackson Hole News&Guide Via Wyoming News Exchange   JACKSON — Celebratory social media posts tipped off authorities to a trio of Montana mountain lion hunters who illegally killed a tomcat in Yellowstone National Park. Photos...
Crowd greets Yellowstone east gate opening   By Lew Freedman Cody Enterprise Via Wyoming News Exchange   CODY — Byron Mowen of Lovell is a first-day traditionalist. When the summer season begins at Yellowstone National Park at a given geographical gate, he tries...
By Mike Koshmrl Jackson Hole News&Guide Via Wyoming News Exchange   JACKSON — A dearth of wolves in places like the Gros Ventre River valley this winter was not an anomaly, as wildlife managers are reporting reduced numbers throughout wolf range in the state. The overall Wyoming wolf population...
By Nick Reynolds Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange   CHEYENNE — In the throes of the longest government shutdown in the history of the United States, Sen. Charlie Scott, R-Casper, was sitting down for breakfast and reading a newspaper. Workers for the U.S. Department of the Interior had...
By Mark Davis Powell Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange   POWELL — The changing climate in northwest Wyoming is cited as a source of concern for some of Yellowstone National Park’s key natural resources, according to a new report from park managers. Released Tuesday, “The State of Yellowstone Vital...

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