Flying an unmanned aircraft, or drone, in Yellowstone National Park appears to be a good way to rack up a steep fine. Yellowstone National park Spokesman Al Nash explains how the new no drone policy has worked so far this year.
Conflicts between humans and grizzly bears in the greater Yellowstone region dropped last year. But that wasn't enough to reverse a long-term trend of more potentially dangerous interactions as populations of both bruins and people increase.
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