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Feds wants Wyoming Grizzly Mauling Suit Dismissed

The federal government is asking a judge to throw out a lawsuit over a fatal grizzly bear mauling near Yellowstone National Park.

A 430-pound male grizzly mauled Erwin Evert of Park Ridge, Ill., in June 2010 and his widow has filed a $5 million wrongful death lawsuit against the government

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With Wolves’ Return, Study Says Trees Rebound

Scientists say in a new study that the return of gray wolves has dramatically altered the landscape in portions of Yellowstone National Park, by curbing foraging elk herds that prevented new aspen, willow and cottonwood trees from taking root

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Photo Courtesy Of puuikibeach/Flickr
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Yellowstone Opens To Snow-Machine Travel

Two weeks after Yellowstone opened for the winter season, enough snow has fallen to allow snowmobile and snow coach travel.

Snow vehicles were allowed in the national park starting Saturday.

Only wheeled and rubber-tracked vehicles had been allowed on park roads since the Dec

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Lack Of Snow Limits Snowmobiles In Yellowstone

Yellowstone National Park will open for the winter season on Thursday but a lack of snow will limit where snowmobiles can go for now.

Commercially-guided snowmobiles or snowcoaches will only be allowed to travel between the park's South Entrance and Old Faithful

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Yellowstone Prepares To Open Winter Season Dec. 15

Yellowstone National Park officials are preparing to open the park to motorized snow vehicles on Dec. 15 to start the winter season.

The park plans to set a daily limit of up to 318 commercially guided snowmobiles and up to 78 commercially guided snowcoaches this season

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Yellowstone Undertakes Update To Fire Management

The National Park Service is seeking public comment in how to manage wildfires in Yellowstone National Park.

The park has undertaken an effort to update its fire management plan to reflect recent changes in federal fire policy

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Photo FRom yellowstonewolf.com
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Wolf Tours In Yellowstone

People in Montana and from around the country are willing to pay just for the chance to see a wolf in its natural habitat.

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FWP Recommends Moving Bison To Indian Reservations

Montana wildlife officials say they are recommending the relocation of 68 quarantined Yellowstone National Park bison to two Indian reservations.

Fish, Wildlife and Parks had considered four relocation sites across the state, but ran into strong opposition by ranchers, landowners and hunters concerned with the spread of disease and damage to private property

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Climate Change, Dirty Air Plague Yellowstone

A report says Yellowstone National Park's air quality is worsening.

The Natural Resource Vital Signs report measures park health based on the condition of 25 natural resources in 2010. It was authored by Yellowstone National Park

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Fire Management Plan Effort In Yellowstone [AUDIO]

Fire is a significant natural force which continues to shape and impact Yellowstone National Park.   But it also has the potential to impact visitors, area residents, and historic structures. Park spokesman Al Nash says they are seeking to update the park’s  fire management plan to reflect recent changes in the federal fire policy

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