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Denim Richards talks 'Yellowstone,' acting projects, and e-book Special

Actor Denim Richards ("Good Trouble" on Freeform) chatted with Digital Journal's Markos Papadatos chatted about "Yellowstone," "The Chickasaw Rancher," "The Zoo," and his new e-book "Mastering Your Mind."

Selfies and bison don't mix at Yellowstone

The popular trend for taking "selfies," where a scenic photo is ruined or enhanced by a blurred image of the photographer, is not encouraged when snapping bison at Yellowstone National Park in the U.S.

Woman tries to take selfie with bison, finds out it's a bad idea

Yellowstone National Park - A Mississippi woman who was visiting Yellowstone Park with her daughter on Tuesday found out something that several tourists have had to learn the hard way. Give large and imposing animals their space. Bison are no exception.

Op-Ed: You can now go to jail for practicing citizen science in Wyoming

Yellowstone National Park - If you love to take photographs and participate in citizen science projects, they sure don't want you in Wyoming, and if you unknowingly take photos, perhaps for a photography contest for The National Weather Service, you may wind up in jail.

Watch this viral video of an angry bison ramming into a car

Yellowstone National Park - A video showing an angry bison charging into the front of a parked SUV at Yellowstone National Park has gone viral on YouTube.

Yellowstone seeks to kill at least 900 buffalo this winter

Yellowstone National Park has plans in the works to reduce its' buffalo population by up to 900 animals, one-fifth of the park's herd, by killing off those that stray outside the park this winter.

Yellowstone's magma lake much larger than previously thought

The heart of Yellowstone National Park is its caldera, a vast basin left behind after the last of three volcanic eruptions spanning a period of 2.1 million years. But what has scientists so concerned is what lies beneath the park's natural wonders.

Yellowstone wolves possibly among those killed in Wyoming

Recent kills by hunters in an area bordering Yellowstone National Park have biologists and wolf-watchers worried that the Lamar Canyon Pack has again been hit by wolf hunters in the area just outside the park.

NASA's Landsat finds problems under Yellowstone's Old Faithful

Yellowstone National Park - NASA's Landsat satellites have been tracking Yellowstone's underground geothermal activity, a deep heat that is stored 4,000 miles into the earth's core. But there are areas where these energy levels are becoming erratic. Old Faithful could be in trouble.

Grizzly kills hiker in Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park - A man who was hiking with his wife in Yellowstone National Park was killed by a grizzly after encountering the bear and her cubs along a trail.

Wildlife-baiting suspected in bear attack that killed MI man

Billings - New allegations of wildlife-baiting are being investigated by Montana wildlife officials in connection to the bear attack that killed one Michigan man and injured two other people at a campground near Yellowstone.

Michigan man killed in bear attack at campground near Yellowstone

A female grizzly bear and two of her three cubs were captured after suspected of killing a Grand Rapids, Michigan man and injuring two other campers at a campground near Yellowstone National Park in Montana.

Canadian woman survives bear attack by playing dead

The London, Ontario woman was camping at a U.S. campground near Yellowstone National Park in Montana when she was attacked late at night by a bear.

Scientists puzzled over Yellowstone earthquake swarm

More than 250 small earthquakes have rattled Yellowstone national park in the past few days. Scientists are analyzing the possibility of a larger quake.

Study Says Yellowstone Amphibians Killed by Global Warming

Frogs and salamanders, those amphibious bellwethers of environmental danger, are being killed in Yellowstone National Park.

Yellowstone's Geothermal Treasures Draw Scientists

Yellowstone's geothermal pools and hot spots have always drawn interest and curiosity from scientists. The tiny microbes that thrive in the super hot, acidic water continue to amaze scientists and only 1 percent of its microbial life has been explored.

Wolves Enable Aspen Trees to Return to Yellowstone Park

A new study produced by forest researchers shows that the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone National Park has had a positive impact on the Park's ecosystems. The aspen tree has made a comeback, for example.

Grizzly Bears Lose Protection: Can the Species Survive?

Grizzly bears will be dropped from the endangered species list, leaving them vulnerable to what many fear will be deadly consequences.

Snowmobiles Boost Tourism in Yellowstone

Snowmobiles pushed Yellowstone tourism up 8 percent this winter.

Yellowstone Bears are coming out of Hibernation

Yellowstone Bears are waking up. Grizzly Bear tracks were spotted February 28th in the southern part of the park; followed by other spottings.

USGS needs funding to upgrade monitoring equipment at Yellowstone National Park

The USGS would like to start upgrading their almost outdated monitoring systems of one of the largest active volcanic systems in the world, Yellowstone National Park.
 

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Firestorm in Yellowstone Mirror Plateu
Firestorm in Yellowstone Mirror Plateu
National Park Service
Members of the Crow Nation. Circa:1840-1843. The Crow Nation s territory included what is now Yellow...
Members of the Crow Nation. Circa:1840-1843. The Crow Nation's territory included what is now Yellowstone Natl. Park
Karl Bodner (1808-1893) Library of Congress
Bison chases young boy at Yellowstone
Bison chases young boy at Yellowstone
YouTube
A gray wolf in Yellowstone National Park. Gray wolves are one of the world s most widely distributed...
A gray wolf in Yellowstone National Park. Gray wolves are one of the world's most widely distributed mammals and the most studied large carnivore.
Jeff Burrell -Eurekalert
Yellowstone s NW caldera rim at the Madison  Junction in the park. The rim is 500 m. tall  and was f...
Yellowstone's NW caldera rim at the Madison Junction in the park. The rim is 500 m. tall, and was formed when this area collapsed during the eruption that took place 640,000 years ago.
Robert Smith
File photo: Bison near a hot spring in Yellowstone.
File photo: Bison near a hot spring in Yellowstone.
Daniel Mayer (CC BY-SA 3.0)
Yellowstone National Park actually sits on top of four over-lapping calderas.
Yellowstone National Park actually sits on top of four over-lapping calderas.
Kelvin Case
Hot steam rising from vents underneath the ground let us know Yellowstone s volcano is alive.
Hot steam rising from vents underneath the ground let us know Yellowstone's volcano is alive.
Allen Chu
An image of the Upper Geyser Basin region in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming  USA. As the Sun h...
An image of the Upper Geyser Basin region in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, USA. As the Sun heats up, much of the Earth will come to resemble this landscape.
Jack O'Malley James University of St Andrews
The 1959 earthquake that hit Yellowstone Nat l. Park registered 7.4 on the Richter scale and killed ...
The 1959 earthquake that hit Yellowstone Nat'l. Park registered 7.4 on the Richter scale and killed 28 people. From the photo, the extent of the damage was quite evident.
National Park Service, Yellowstone Nat'l. Park

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