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Scientists stuck grizzly bears on treadmills and confirmed they hate hills as much as we do
A new study helps explain why bear sightings are so common on hiking trails.
Yellowstone thrived after its 1988 fires, but dry summers threaten all progress
Extremely hot, dry weather is no longer as rare as it used to be.
Scarface, Yellowstone’s Most Famous Bear, Illegally Shot Dead
Officials want to find out who did it
Free To Good Home: 145 Wild Bison
Why Yellowstone is giving away a herd of 2,000-lb beasts
Has The Reintroduction Of Wolves Really Saved Yellowstone?
Recent science suggests that, while important to restoring Yellowstone Park's ecological health, wolves are not the primary solution. Let the fighting commence.
Montana Bans Wolf Hunting In Areas Bordering Yellowstone
Following the shooting of a tagged Yellowstone grey wolf just outside the park’s borders in Wyoming–the eighth such wolf shot...
Stop Shooting Wolves, You Maniacs
Wyoming's anti-scientific laws have allowed the most famous wolf in Yellowstone to be shot. Shooting wolves isn't only senseless--it actively harms the environment.
After Embryo is Washed of Disease, Healthy Purebred Baby Buffalo Born in the Bronx
The first “genetically pure” bison produced from a cleansed and transplanted embryo was born in June, officials at the Bronx...
Giveaway: Yellowstone, Battle for Life
America’s first National Park, Yellowstone, is home to some of the richest wildlife on Earth beyond the plains of Africa....