Yellowstone National Park
An autopsy performed on a 52-year-old Belgrade man who was found dead along a Yellowstone National Park ski trail Saturday confirmed the cause of death was hypothermia.
A 52-year-old Belgrade man was found dead along a Yellowstone National Park ski trail Saturday, possibly a victim of hypothermia.
A high-tech method for detecting disease in domestic cattle is helping researchers in Yellowstone National Park learn more about how sarcoptic mange affects gray wolf survival and behavior during the park’s long, cold winters.
Information on Yellowstone National Park’s bison management operations during the winter is now available online every two weeks.
Yellowstone National Park will provide updates online every two weeks on its bison management operations that are available to the public.
The problem seems insurmountable.
An estimated 100 Yellowstone National Park bison were sent to slaughter Wednesday, according to a bison advocacy group.
Some of the bison from Yellowstone National Park that migrate into Montana near Gardiner will begin being captured for shipment to slaughter.
Bison wander out of Yellowstone National Park near Gardiner. Hunters in the Jackson Hole area of Wyoming killed about 300 bison during the just-completed hunting season.
Yellowstone National Park has begun bison capture operations at its Stephens Creek facility near the park’s North Entrance at Gardiner.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — Twenty years after their ancestors were released here in one of the most controversial wildlife projects of the century, wolf howls punctuated the cold winter air on Monday to the delight of dozens of wolf watchers.
In January of 1995, the U.S. Department of the Interior introduced gray wolves into Yellowstone National Park in an effort to establish a population of wolves in what was once the animal's native habitat.
Orion Stone looks through a spotting scope at the Prospect Peak wolf pack with assistance from Kirsty Peake, a veteran wolf watcher. Orion’s mother, Suzanne Stone, in the back, is a veteran wolf advocate in Idaho.
As the Yellowstone Wolf Project biologist Doug Smith, at right, has participated in continuing studies of the park’s wolves since he joined the project in 1994.
Carter Niemeyer was involved in trapping Canadian wolves for transplantation in Wyoming and Idaho when he worked for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in 1995 and 1996.
Kirsty Peake, of Dartmoor National Park in the United Kingdom, is an animal behaviorist who has learned lessons about how humans treat their dogs by watching wolves in Yellowstone National Park. She said domestic dogs don’t understand rank and pinning like wolves do.
Wolf populations in Yellowstone National Park have stabilized to around 100 wolves after climbing dramatically following reintroduction.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — For six months every two years, Kirsty Peake and her husband move from the United Kingdom to Montana for one reason: to spend the winter watching wolves.
Wolf advocates, former and current park officials along with a Blackfeet spiritual leader gathered at Yellowstone National Park's North Entrance on Monday to mark the 20th anniversary of wolf reintroduction to the park.