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Don’t Feed The Animals [AUDIO]

A habituated gray wolf from Yellowstone National Park, was killed by park staff  last week. Park spokesman Dan Hottel says the animal was  conditioned to human foods and  had been a problem since the summer

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Grizzly Killed After DNA Links It To 2nd Mauling

Yellowstone National Park officials say they have killed a grizzly bear that fatally mauled a hiker after DNA evidence linked the bear to the scene of a second hiker's death.

But park officials say they may never know definitively whether the same bear that killed Brian Matayoshi in July also killed John Wallace in August because there was evidence of multiple bears near Wallace's body.

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Yellowstone National Park Seeking Public Comments [AUDIO]

Yellowstone National Park is seeking public  comments for a proposed project to replace a portion of trail connecting the Upper Geyser Basin near Old Faithful to Biscuit Basin. Park Spokesman Al Nash says the project will replace a portion of walkway trail that is becoming obsolete

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One Fire Contained In YNP [AUDIO]

The Trischman Fire in Yellowstone National Park’s south central region was declared 100 percent contained today. Park spokesman Al Nash says  the fire was discovered over the weekend, south-west of  Old Faithful

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Man Gets 15 Years For Crash That Killed Pedestrian

A 52-year-old man who was driving drunk when he struck and killed a pedestrian in Missoula has been sentenced to 15 years in prison.

District Judge Dusty Deschamps sentenced Brian Holm on Monday for the Nov. 9 crash that killed 24-year-old Brian Beaver, of Aberdeen, Wash.

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Yellowstone Raises Fire Danger To ‘Very High’

The fire danger in Yellowstone National Park has been raised to "very high." Yellowstone has seen 10 fires so far this season but nothing major. All park services and facilities are open. A new fire was discovered in Yellowstone on Thursday

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Bear In Mauling Only Protecting Cubs

Yellowstone National Park officials say they will not kill or capture a grizzly bear that mauled a 57-year-old hiker to death because it was only defending its cubs and had not threatened humans before.

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High Waters in Yellowstone Park

Warm summer temperatures are causing rapid melting of last winter’s record snowpack which lingers high in the mountains. Yellowstone National Park spokesman Al Nash says the resulting high water levels are impressive

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Man Killed By Grizzly At Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park has closed all trails and backcountry campsites in an area where a man was killed by a female grizzly bear on Wednesday.

Park officials say the man was hiking with his wife when they apparently surprised the bear and its cubs. Another group of hikers heard the wife's cry for help and used a cell phone to call 911.

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Webinars This Week On Yellowstone Snowmobiles

There's still about another month to weigh in on a proposal to restrict the number of snowmobiles allowed in Yellowstone National Park.

The National Park Service plans hold two Web-based meetings and two actual meetings on the proposal this week — one in the Denver-area and one in Washington, D.C.

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