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Road Re-opened In YNP

The road from Mammoth Hot Springs through the Lamar Valley to Cooke City, Montana, reopened at 3:00 p.m. today (Wednesday the 1st )  following a rock slide that closed the road May 28. No new material has fallen from the hillside since the original slide.

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More Moisture On The Way

Memorial Day weekend will have a decidedly wintry feel in parts of the mountainous U.S. West.

Ski resorts are bustling with activity. But a key highway into Yellowstone is closed and campgrounds are working overtime to remove the white stuff.

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Discussions On Bison Management Plans

Bison  have been  lingering  outside Yellowstone National Park, or heading  back within its borders after their winter migration. Meanwhile 8 agencies and tribal groups,

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Yellowstone Bison

Gov. Brian Schweitzer says bison from Yellowstone National Park could be given more room to roam next year near the town of West Yellowstone.

Schweitzer said after touring the area on Wednesday that suitable habitat for the animals exists along the north shore of Hebgen Lake.

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Spring Runoff In Yellowstone National Park

Rain showers and spring run-off  have been causing rivers and small streams in Northwest Montana to rise above flood stage. The National Weather Service says Most of the rivers and creeks in Western Montana are near capacity as well. So far the major rivers in the western half of the state are staying within their banks.

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Bear Spray Recycling Effort

Bear-deterrent pepper spray is a recommended precaution when hiking in bear country, but thousands of canisters end up in landfills each year. Many full canisters are often discarded, because they are not allowed on commercial flights. Yellowstone area partners are collaborating in a new bear spray canister recycling effort.

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Bison Released Back Into The Park

The Stephens Creek Facility reached it’s capacity of bison in Yellowstone National Park last week.  State and wildlife officials say they plan to start pushing hundreds of bison back into Yellowstone this week to make way for cattle to graze on Montana’s surrounding lands.

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Where You Can Go In YNP

Signs of spring are all around. One sign of spring is  that the East entrance to Yellowstone National Park is now open  for automobile travel. The road from the park's north and west entrances to Madison,

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Yellowstone Snowmobiles

A proposal by the National Park Service would allow no more than 330 snowmobiles a day into Yellowstone National Park during the winter — a significant reduction from recent years.

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photo courtesy of Doug Clemens, Flickr
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Stephens Creek Facility Full, Brucellosis Bison Back To Park

The Stephens Creek Facility in Yellowstone National Park is currently full of bison. There are two pens at the facility, one for bison that have tested negative for exposure to the disease brucellosis and the other for animals that have tested positive

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