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Explore Springtime Wonders, Recreation at Yellowstone Clinic

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Join Yellowstone Association Institute naturalist MacNeil Lyons at the REI in Bozeman on March 10, 2011, at 6:30 p.m. for a free multi-media presentation on Springtime Wonders and Recreation in Yellowstone .

Learn how to take advantage of Yellowstone National Park's "shoulder season" through insider tips on which locations are the best for viewing wildlife, what park roads are open, as well as advice on how to travel safely and lightly on the land. Discover what impact your recreational opportunities might have on the resources during this quiet time in the park.

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The Yellowstone Association Institute has more than three decades of experience offering programs in the park. Their focus is small-group learning and good times in the field, led by instructors and naturalist guides who know Yellowstone inside-out.

Guest instructors include top experts, National Park Service staff, and acclaimed photographers, painters, and writers. They will show you Yellowstone as you can't see it on your own, and unforgettable experiences, too.

Pre-registration for Springtime Wonders and Recreation in Yellowstone is strongly recommended to ensure seating. Register online at
http://rei.com/Bozeman

For more information on the Yellowstone Association and this spring's outings, visit
www.YellowstoneAssociaiton.org or call (406) 848-2400.

The Yellowstone Association Institute is a nonprofit field school operated by the Yellowstone Association in partnership with the National Park Service.

The Institute was founded in 1976 and offers a wide variety of educational programs on the natural and cultural history of Yellowstone. Courses are based at the Lamar Buffalo Ranch Field Campus, the Yellowstone Overlook Field Campus, at park hotels, and in the backcountry.

The Yellowstone Association was founded in 1933 to foster the public's understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of Yellowstone National Park and its surrounding ecosystem.

In addition to operating the Institute on a break-even basis, the Association manages educational bookstores and a membership program that generate revenues for the National Park Service. Since its inception, the organization has raised more than $24 million for Yellowstone.

For more information, go to
www.YellowstoneAssociation.org, write to the Yellowstone Association at P.O. Box 117, Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190, or call (406) 848-2400.


 
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