A group of filmmakers is in hot water with the law and on social media after video surfaced, showing the four men walking off-trail in Yellowstone National Park, traipsing across Grand Prismatic Spring.
This past Saturday was the annual Stamp Out Hunger Day for the Gallatin Valley Food Bank. People all over the Bozeman area left cans of food and non-perishable food items at their mailboxes, that were then picked up by their letter carriers and delivered to the Gattatin Valley Food Bank.
It seems like more and more tourists are not following the rules when it comes to wildlife at Yellowstone National Park. The #1 rule being: please don't touch the wildlife! Seems like a simple rule, but some people can't seem to follow it. What Should the Penalty Be for Tourists Who Break Wildlife Rules at Yellowstone National Park? Please take our poll:
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