Woman Fined $2K, Banned From Yellowstone for 2 Years After Walking on Thermal Features

A woman who walked in a restricted thermal feature section of Yellowstone National Park was sentenced to a week in jail, ordered to pay more than $2,000 in fines and fees, and is banned from the park, the Associated Press reported… Read more about this article in the link below… https://www.newsweek.com/woman-fined-2k-banned-yellowstone-2-years-after-walking-thermal-features-1623478?amp=1

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The Slaughter of Elk at Yellowstone National Park | JSTOR Daily

After a year trapped in quarantine, summer travelers are getting outside to be in nature. National parks are experiencing, as expected, long lines of RVs and backpackers aiming their eyes and cameras at expansive desert vistas, tranquil alpine lakes, and abundant wildlife—apparently timeless scenes apart from human manipulation. The naturalness of national parks, however, is […]

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Watch: Yellowstone bison rescue calf from attacking wolves

Guests on a Yellowstone National Park nature tour Saturday witnessed a dramatic predation attempt by wolves on a bison calf that escaped thanks to its larger herd mates. The accompanying footage, featured on Facebook by Yellowstone Wolf Tracker, shows wolves from the Junction Butte Pack stalking and sprinting after a bison calf that exhibits remarkable speed and […]

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Yellowstone tourist facing federal charges for grizzly bear photo | TheHill

“While other visitors slowly backed off and got into their vehicles, [Samantha] Dehring remained.”  A tourist who visited Yellowstone National Park in May is facing federal charges for approaching and photographing a grizzly bear and its cubs, the prosecutor announced on Monday… More about the Grizzly Bear scary sighting in the link below… They should really […]

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Scientists look at how some Yellowstone wolves avoid mange – East Idaho News

BILLINGS, Montana (AP) — After 25 years of inbreeding, Yellowstone National Park’s wolves are becoming more genetically similar, researchers have found. “They’re still a really healthy population,” said Alexandra DeCandia, who looked into wolf genetics for research she recently published. “It’s not anything we’re worried about.” In fact, genetic similarity can help Yellowstone’s wolves fight […]

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