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YellowstoneNPS 12h
Replying to @NatlParkService
In honor of National Public Lands Day, all sites will be fee-free tomorrow. Details at .
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YellowstoneNPS 12h
Before it drops over Osprey Falls, the Gardner River carves through a canyon now glowing with the colors of fall. Where will you celebrate and ?
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YellowstoneNPS Sep 20
erupted for the 19th time in 2018 on Monday, September 17. Enjoy some of the sights and sounds of the world's tallest active geyser!
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GYEConference Sep 20
Great coverage of the "Tracking the Human Footprint" conference from . They'll be posting a full recap article next week 9/28.
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NationalParkService Sep 20
Lend a hand on public lands! Join a volunteer project or simply enjoy a visit to your national parks as entrance fees are waived on September 22 in celebration of National Public Lands Day. Learn more at
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USGS Volcanoes🌋 Sep 19
is NOT about to erupt (now that's out of the way). Changes afoot in . Water eruption of (photos, before & after) on Saturday, Sept 15 & other features on behaving strangely. Read more:
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YellowstoneNPS Sep 19
Not this trip, but yes. They are seen in the forested areas of the park such as Madison, West Yellowstone, and Old Faithful.
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YellowstoneNPS Sep 19
On a weekend trip to Lamar Valley we were treated with a spectacular sunrise and sightings of wolves, bison, pronghorn, mule deer, elk, osprey, and a short-tailed weasel. Early mornings in Lamar Valley are hard to beat! -Ranger Jake
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YellowstoneNPS Sep 18
Replying to @NatalieHirt
To report an overdue hiker, please call 307-344-7381 (x0). We hope he returns safety!
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Yellowstone Forever Sep 17
The 1st annual Yellowstone Plein Air Invitational celebrates the current and historical presence of art in . 14 of the nation’s best artists will paint “en plein air” for four days throughout Yellowstone. Plus daily demonstrations for visitors. 9/26 to 9/30
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YellowstoneNPS Sep 18
Replying to @Liv2Engineer @USCIS4
No, but there was ample evidence they had been there recently!
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YellowstoneNPS Sep 18
Yesterday 46 people from 45 countries took the Oath of Citizenship in Yellowstone: what an incredible way to celebrate . Congrats to our newest United States citizens!
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YellowstoneNPS Sep 18
Replying to @DarrinDipity
Depends on the wind. Yesterday it was blowing in a direction that spared the people watching.
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YellowstoneNPS Sep 17
It's so hard to put into words how infectious the enthusiasm of a Steamboat Geyser eruption is. Laughing, crying, hugging, and cheering were almost non-stop during today's 1 hour and 15 minute eruption. Were you there? Share your photos, videos, and stories!
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Yellowstone Forever Sep 14
Bison are BIG. In fact, up to 2,000 pounds big. This bull bison looked to be closer to the 2,000 pound end of the scale. Learn more about bison in at . -Photo taken from the safety of a vehicle with a telephoto lens.
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YellowstoneNPS Sep 14
A big thanks to our Yellowstone Youth Conservation Corps for all their hard work this summer. Also thanks to our José Cabello for sharing this video with us! Let us know in the comments if you’re a YCC alum!
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GYEConference Sep 13
biologist Erin Stahler led the “Wildlife Captures: What they Entail and How they have Evolved” workshop today. Fascinating presentation with photos and video from the field along with in the field items used during the capture process.
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YellowstoneNPS Sep 14
Just a dusting at higher elevations so far...
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Yellowstone Forever Sep 13
We’re at the this week in Big Sky, MT. Freezing rain and clouds just gave way to snowy mid-September mountain peaks. Great news for putting down area fires.
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YellowstoneNPS Sep 13
Uncle Tom's Point & Trial will open later this fall once paving work is completed: we don't have an exact date at this point (there have been construction delays).
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