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Scenic Safaris, a tour company owned by Forever Resorts LLC, announced its roster of tours in Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park for the 2014 – 2015 winter season. Scenic Safaris ...
Ten American presidents have visited Yellowstone National Park, and of these, five delivered speeches about the park during or shortly after their visit. On Tuesday, Aug. 12, 2014, Associate Professor ...
... an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, weaves the varied threads of the western experience—history and myth, art and Native culture, firearms, and the nature and science of Yellowstone—into the rich ...
... firearms, and the nature and science of Yellowstone-into the rich panorama that is the American West. The Center of the West has been honored with numerous awards, including the prestigious 2012 National ...
7. National Parks Re-open Across the West
(National & State Parks/Other NPs)
... were busy Thursday night and into Friday getting parks ready to once again welcome visitors. The gates to the world's first national park, Yellowstone, were opened after a 16-day closure. Visitors were ...
... 35 ranches from the Yellowstone area has now grown to 100-plus member ranches in 12 Western states and two Canadian provinces. In spite of this growth, the association today remains dedicated to preserving ...
Two Bureau of Land Management (BLM) contract workers were bitten by a grizzly bear Aug. 15, 2013 west of Idaho's Island Park Reservoir, about 25 miles from Yellowstone National Park. In a separate incident, ...
... perfectly suited to the job of preserving this national treasure. With decades of operating concessions in Glacier's neighboring regions - Yellowstone National Park to the south and Crater Lake National ...
The oldest hotel in Yellowstone National Park, Lake Yellowstone Hotel, has received a bottom-up facelift that would make any grand dame of 122 years proud. The project, costing in excess of $10 million, ...
... deer and elk and the buffalo still roam free in nearby Yellowstone. I even got a close up look at a baby buffalo at the Turner corrals where our 30-mile horse drive came to an end that day. The highway ...
Yellowstone National Park has updated its fishing regulations for the 2013 season which began on May 25. The changes have been made to better align the regulations with the park's Native Fish Conservation ...
... Center's own extraordinary photograph collections returns: Retrieving the Past: Favorite Photos from the Archives. Giving viewers a fascinating look into subjects as diverse as the wonders of Yellowstone ...
... of America, Inc. on Facebook to enter today. Kampgrounds of America, founded on the banks of the Yellowstone River in Billings, Montana in 1962, is now the world's largest system of open-to-the-public ...
16. Snow Removal on Grand Teton Park Road Now Underway
(National & State Parks/Grand Teton)
... are operating and collecting fees, rangers said. Fee options are as follows: $12 for 7-day permit for foot/bicycle entry into Grand Teton & Yellowstone national parks $20 for 7-day permit for ...
17. Yellowstone’s 2012-13 Winter Season Begins
(National & State Parks/Yellowstone)
Yellowstone National Park's 2012-13 winter season for the public officially opened today, Dec. 15, 2012. Visitors are now able to travel to the park's interior roads on commercially guided snowmobiles ...
Roads to most of Yellowstone National Park's popular tourist destinations close for the season at 8 a.m. Monday, Nov. 5, 2012 so park staff members can begin preparing the roads for limited, commercially ...
... ranch and its adjoining National Forests, just outside Yellowstone National Park. Once you're back at the ranch, you're still away from the world. Like most dude ranches, there are no telephones or TV's ...
... hills. Appreciated for its Wild West mining history, rugged mountains, picturesque valleys and hearty communities, Southwest Montana is ideally located on the path between Yellowstone and Glacier National ...
... whose eight-state region in the heart of the West has 91 parks, monuments and other sites, including some of America's wildest and most famous: Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Glacier, Rocky Mountain, Grand ...
22. Rangers Identify Woman Who Died in Yellowstone Fall
(National & State Parks/Yellowstone)
Yellowstone National Park rangers have identified the woman who accidentally fell to her death on June 7, 2012 as 18-year old Maria "Masha" Sergeyevna Rumyantseva of Kaliningrad, Russia. Rumyantseva ...
Rangers have recovered the body of a young woman who accidentally fell to her death June 7, 2012 near Inspiration Point in the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. The 18-year-old woman, a Yellowstone concession ...
... one of the most complete collections of primary materials that chronicle the history of the American West. Less than a one-hour drive from Yellowstone National Park, the Center celebrates the Spirit of ...
Celebrating its 31st year, the 2012 Plains Indian Museum Powwow at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center (BBHC) will take place June 16-17 in Cody, Wyoming. Just 50 miles from Yellowstone's East Gate, BBHC's ...
... their hours for the season. These include the Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile site near Cooperstown; the Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center, part of Fort Buford near Williston; and the ...
Bears are emerging from hibernation in the Greater Yellowstone Area, and rangers are advising hikers, skiers and snowshoers to stay in groups of three of more, to make noise on the trail and carry bear ...
... Today there are still only 20 World Heritage sites in the United States, which puts Aztec Ruins in the elite company of Yellowstone, the Statue of Liberty, and the Everglades. The United States led the ...
29. Yellowstone Switches to Oversnow Travel Parkwide
(National & State Parks/Yellowstone)
With the park experiencing significant snowfall throughout its boundaries at the end of 2011 and into the New Year, Yellowstone National Park has shifted fully to oversnow travel for visitors and staff. ...
... intent to set aside certain areas of outstanding scenic and scientific value for the enjoyment of present and future generations. It is America's fifth oldest national park, after Yellowstone (established ...
... was born in Chattanooga, Tenn. and attended Auburn University. Over the years, she has worked in Yosemite, Rocky Mountain, Arches and Yellowstone National Parks. In 2004, she accepted a position as a law ...
Yellowstone National Park is moving into its winter mode, and that means roads to most of the park's popular tourist destinations, including Old Faithful ,will close for the season at 8 a.m. Monday, Nov. ...
33. Yellowstone’s North Entrance Traffic Plan Approved
(National & State Parks/Yellowstone)
A new plan designed to relieve traffic congestion and improve safety at Yellowstone National Park's historic North Entrance has been approved. A Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) allowing construction ...
Following the capture and killing of a grizzly linked to two Yellowstone fatal maulings of hikers, a review of bear and wildlife management as well as visitor regulations will soon get underway by park ...
... bison herds, which dates back to bison relocated to the park from the Bronx Zoo and Yellowstone in the early 20th century. A public dedication for the new land was planned for Oct. 15. Additional information ...
... For our complete report on the capture and killing of the grizzly, click here. ORIGINAL STORY: Yellowstone Park rangers and wildlife officials have captured and tested three male grizzly bears in the ...
37. Hunt for Yellowstone Killer Grizzly Continues
(National & State Parks/Yellowstone)
UPDATE: Yellowstone park rangers and wildlife officials reportedly captured a 420-pound male grizzly near where hiker John Wallace was killed, but officials are waiting for DNA results to determine if ...
38. Second Hiker Killed by Yellowstone Grizzly
(National & State Parks/Yellowstone)
After recording no deaths from a bear attack in the park since 1986, Yellowstone National Park now has experienced its second hiker killed this year by a grizzly. Park rangers on Aug. 29, 2011 identified ...
... down the boardwalk in Montana's Virginia City you can easily imagine just that. A short drive from the west entrance of Yellowstone National Park and the fine fishing burg of Ennis, Mont., Virginia City ...
40. Grizzly Bear Kills Yellowstone National Park Hiker
(National & State Parks/Yellowstone)
While the man's wife watched helplessly as the mauling took place, a hiker at Yellowstone National Park is dead following a surprise encounter Wednesday with a grizzly bear. The incident occurred July ...
41. Yellowstone Visitors Ticketed For Walking On Old Faithful
(National & State Parks/Yellowstone)
Members of a tour group to Yellowstone National Park may have thought they were getting a really close view of Old Faithful, but what they ended up getting were citations for walking on the cone of the ...
42. Bears Begin Emerging From Yellowstone Dens
(National & State Parks/Yellowstone)
You wouldn't know it from the deep snowpack covering the park, but some of Yellowstone's bears may be thinking that winter 2011 is drawing to a close. On Tuesday, March 1, park employees observed grizzly ...
43. Snow Plowing of Teton Park Road Begins March 14
(National & State Parks/Grand Teton)
... morning, March 15, in conjunction with other winter closures in nearby Yellowstone National Park. This road remains closed to all motor vehicles from April 1 to May 31, due to springtime grizzly bear activity. ...
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 ...
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. ...
The nonprofit Yellowstone Association Institute (YAI) has announced its 2011 summer lineup of Field Seminars, and the 75 programs, including 21 new offerings, range from wildlife behavior and hiking to ...
... experience-history and myth, art and Native culture, firearms technology and the nature of Yellowstone-into the rich panorama that is the American West. The Center, an Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, ...
48. Aggressive Black Bear Killed by Yellowstone Park Rangers
(National & State Parks/Yellowstone)
An aggressive, habituated, and human-food-conditioned black bear was euthanized by rangers Aug. 3 in Yellowstone National Park. The decision to euthanize the bear is the second ordered killing within ...
Daily limits on snowmobiles and snowcoaches, or even eliminating them completely for travel use, are among the six alternatives being considered for a new winter use plan for Yellowstone National Park. ...
It's summer at Yellowstone, which usually means that along with plenty of visitors, it's time to work on the park's roads, and for 2010 visitors again can expect delays. On July 12, traffic shifted onto ...
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