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The bear trapping party is so good, its going to keep going. The U.S Geological Survey and National Park Service announced that grizzly bear pre-baiting and scientific capture operations will be extended throughout Yellowstone National Park. These capture operations have been ongoing since the beginning of summer, but now they will continue from August 28th…

A Yellowstone thermal feature has gone dormant. In a Facebook post, Park staff confirmed that the Canary Spring is no longer sending thermal water cascading down its flanks. The Canary Spring is one of several, smaller springs incorporated into Mammoth Hot Springs, named for its bright yellow color due to the high amount of sulfur-dependent…

The Beartooth Highway is open for 2020. After another winter of intense snowfall, the Beartooth Highway is once again open for travel. Managing the road is the joint responsibility of many agencies. Every spring, the Montana Department of Transportation plows the road to the Montana/Wyoming border. The National Park Service plows the road from Wyoming,…

The Yellowstone River Bridge is undergoing a 3-year replacement, beginning in 2022. After considerable planning and public input, the Park has settled on its plan for what will be one of the most intense infrastructure projects in the park’s recent history. National Park Service Regional Director for Regions 6, 7, 8, Mike Reynolds, signed a…


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