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Yellowstone National Park

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Yellowstone National Park will celebrate the Fourth of July by opening the entire North Loop, which means access to 93% of the park’s roads will be possible – and unrestricted. Yellowstone superintendent Cam Sholly held another conference call with Cody business leaders on Thursday, June 30. But, this time, the mood was much more optimistic.…

Yellowstone National Park released information this morning about a second visitor who has been gored by a bison. This is the second goring within three days of the previous incident. According to the press release, “A 71-year-old woman from West Chester, Pennsylvania, was gored by a bull bison near Storm Point at Yellowstone Lake on…

Yellowstone National Park releases additional information on the victim of a brutal bison attack near Old Faithful captured on film and trending online. On Tuesday evening, Yellowstone officials sent a press release confirming a 34-year-old male from Colorado Springs, Colorado, was gored by a bull bison. The incident occurred near Giant Geyser in the Old…

The 40-second video shows three people – including a small child – dangerously close to a large bison, which charges and seemingly tramples the child, then gores and tosses one of the adults. A video initially posted on Reddit is trending on the internet (the video is aged-blocked due to the graphic content.) In the…

Despite “thousand-year” flooding just two weeks ago, Yellowstone National Park is dry enough for its fire danger to rise for the first time in Summer 2022. Moderate fire danger isn’t a cause of much concern in Yellowstone. But, it’s a sign of a potentially dangerous summer to come. On Monday, June 27, the fire danger…

U.S. 212 still needs reconstruction and repair to be fully open, but the Wyoming side of “America’s Most Beautiful Drive” is open for the summer once again. W.Y.D.O.T. District 5 shared the news that the Beartooth Highway has reopened – partially. For the first time since mid-June’s devastating floods, the Wyoming side of the highway…

The free workshop is designed to educate northwest Wyoming residents about the large predators in their neighborhood, how to avoid them, and what to do if you unexpectedly encounter one in the wild. The Cody Region of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department encourages people to attend a free public workshop titled “Living in Large…

During the first day of the Alternating License Plate System, Yellowstone National Park saw a significant reduction in vehicle traffic, which is exactly what park officials expected and wanted. Yellowstone National Park’s south loop reopened this morning, June 22, at 8 a.m. As the park expected, traffic entering through only three entrances (South, West, East)…

Yellowstone National Park is ready to resume the summer season of its 150th anniversary – with limited access – after intense flooding and uncertainty forced the park to close for over a week. As of 8 a.m. this morning, Yellowstone National Park is open. The East, West, and South Entrances will allow certain vehicles to…

Two popular roads along the Clarks Fork are temporarily closed after last week’s high water event made the area too dangerous for some types of outdoor recreation. Northwest Wyoming has been mostly unaffected by the massive flood events last week – with the exception of Yellowstone National Park. However, the raging waters have made some…


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