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Youngsters can learn more about bats during a free program at Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ Billings headquarters on Saturday.

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  • Gazette Staff

The board of directors of the Yellowstone Association and the Yellowstone Park Foundation announced Thursday that they intend to merge into a …

  • GEORGE GENTRY/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

The annual migration of golden eagles is the basis for the Bridger Raptor Festival this weekend at the Bozeman ski area.

Yellowstone National Park photographers should sharpen their focus, or dig out their old shots.

  • Gazette Staff

Yellowstone National Park has received $1 million from the National Park Service Centennial Challenge to help fund upgrades to its Gardiner ga…

  • Yellowstone Park Foundation

The Old Faithful Haynes Photo Shop earned LEED Gold certification for its conservation-minded redesign.

  • Yellowstone Park Foundation

The 87-year-old building is located at Old Faithful in Yellowstone.

  • Gazette Staff

The recently remodeled 87-year-old Old Faithful Haynes Photo Shop in Yellowstone National Park has earned a LEED Gold Certification from the U…

  • By RUFFIN PREVOST YellowstoneGate.com

CODY, Wyo. — The decline in Yellowstone cutthroat trout in Yellowstone Lake has meant that anglers in Yellowstone National Park must release a…

  • Gazette news services

After trimming $1.75 million from its budget because of sequestration cuts, it was announced this week that Yellowstone National Park will ben…

  • By RUFFIN PREVOST YellowstoneGate.com

When soldiers from the U.S. Army were assigned to protect the wildlife and resources of Yellowstone National Park in the late 1800s, many stay…

Wondering what that beautiful rose-pink flower is that’s blooming close to the ground?

  • Associated Press

CHEYENNE — The Yellowstone Park Foundation has provided more than $200,000 in grants for various projects in the park, including bat research,…

  • By BRETT FRENCH french@billingsgazette.com

Jim Evanoff, Yellowstone’s environmental protection specialist, has made it his life’s work to keep the park’s trash out of landfills.

Ups and Downs gives a quick take on news of the week.

  • Gazette Staff

The Yellowstone Park Foundation has committed $1 million to help the park restore the Yellowstone Lake ecosystem by reducing the number of non…

Yellowstone National Park has asked its fundraising partners to come up with $1 million a year for six years to expand its lake trout eradicat…

  • By JAN FALSTAD Of The Gazette Staff

By the end of this year, Aldrich Lumber will follow the traditional trail of urban lumber yards: close the yard that’s been swallowed up by th…

  • By MARTIN KIDSTON

    Gazette Wyoming Bureau

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — Armed with radio transmitters and remote cameras, biologists here are conducting acoustic surveys to learn …

  • Gazette Staff‌

Friday is Endangered Species Day, and the public is invited to learn more about Cass the wolverine at ZooMontana.