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News releases from Yellowstone National Park.
  • First bear sightings of the year in Yellowstone National Park
    The first grizzly bear sightings of 2018 occurred in Yellowstone National Park last week.
  • Felt sole boot ban and new boating season
    Protect Yellowstone from aquatic invasive species: Aquatic invasive species (AIS) could have devastating ecological, economic, and recreational impacts on Yellowstone National Park. They are costly to manage and extremely difficult to eradicate. Due to the urgent need to prevent these destructive species from entering the park, felt sole waders and boots worn by anglers will be banned permanently starting in 2018.
  • Roads in Yellowstone begin to close for spring plowing
    Roads in Yellowstone National Park will begin to close to oversnow travel the week of March 4. Spring plowing will begin as road segments close.
  • Second Act of Sabotage at Stephens Creek Facility
    A second act of sabotage has occurred at the Stephens Creek Facility in Yellowstone National Park.
  • Presenters sought for Annual Winter Photo Festival
    Yellowstone National Park calls on photographers to share their spectacular Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem winter photos at the 9th Annual Winter Photo Festival that will be held Thursday, February 22, 2018, at the West Yellowstone Visitor Information Center at 7 p.m.