Yellowstone

#Yellowstone Pledge or Don’t Be A Jerk
Last year, there were a few pretty disturbing--and completely preventable--things that happened at Yellowstone. From the bison calf that had to be euthanized because tourists put it in the back of their car, to the man who died after walking off a boardwalk and falling into a hot springs...
Celebrate Earth Day in Gardiner
Yellowstone National Park and community partners will celebrate Earth Day on Saturday from 9am-3pm at Arch Park (unless it is inclement weather, then the event will be moved to the Gardiner Community Center).
Earth Day will be Trash Amnesty Day at the Gardiner Green Box Refuse Collection Site...
Visit National Parks for Free This Weekend and Next
Did you know Yellowstone National Park was the first National Park created in the U.S.? You have a chance to visit it, and over 400 other National Parks, during "National Park Week," with free entry both this weekend and next (April 15-16, and April 22-23)...
Yellowstone Attendance Up From Last Year
If you visited Yellowstone in September, you contributed to a 3.17 percent increase over last year, and there was a 4.1 increase over 2016 for January through August. There was a decrease in traffic at the South and Northeast park entrances, mainly due to the Yellowstone Fires that closed the South …
Final Update on Yellowstone Fires (Fingers Crossed)!
This will be the final update for the Tatanka Complex and the Maple Fire unless significant activity occurs. With cloudy and wet weather in the forecast, very little fire activity is expected today.
Crews on the Buffalo Fire will remove structure protection from the Elk Tongue and Lower Slough Creek …
Yellowstone Fires-the Latest News
Not a lot has changed since the last update. Warmer, humid weather and winds over the next couple of days will continue to dry fuels, which may result in increasing fire behavior (creeping, isolated/small group torching), but is not likely to cause large fire growth
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Cooler Weather Helps with Yellowstone Fires
Clouds and scattered showers are helping firefighters get a handle on the Yellowstone fires, however there is still plenty of smoke in the Slough Creek and Buffalo Fire areas, plus more intermittent smoke is expected to come from the Maple Fire over the next couple of days...
Yellowstone Park Fire Update and Meeting Tonight
This afternoon, firefighters will begin a planned burnout on the Maple Fire east of the Madison River, in an attempt to remove unburned fuel and get the fire under control. There will be noticeable smoke in the Madison Junction area for the next few days...

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