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Replying to @KatmaiNPS
We hope she stored up enough fat to make it through the winter!
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YellowstoneNPS Nov 20
Replying to @YellowstoneNPS
These shots of the Wapiti Lake pack were taken with a telephoto lens from the road. Remember to always keep a safe distance from wildlife in the park: 100 yards from bears and wolves and 25 yards from everything else!
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YellowstoneNPS Nov 20
After a successful hunt a wolf pack gathers around to share in the meal. Adults can eat as much as 20 lbs before retreating somewhere close for a nap. After a short rest they come back to finish any leftovers. Sound anything like your plans?
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NationalParkService Nov 19
On five days in 2019, all National Park Service sites that charge an entrance fee will offer FREE admission! Learn more at
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YellowstoneNPS Nov 19
Replying to @orangetree12342
The Army Years were between 1886 and 1918. Learn more at:
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YellowstoneNPS Nov 19
A beautiful sunrise over the historic Fort Yellowstone. Do you have a go-to winter sunrise spot in the park?
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YellowstoneNPS Nov 17
If you're visiting the park this weekend, stop by the Albright Visitor Center in Mammoth Hot Springs between 9 am and 5 pm and say hello. We're happy to answer questions and make recommendations on how to make the most of your trip!
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YellowstoneNPS Nov 16
Winter backcountry camping in Yellowstone is a challenging but rewarding experience. If you're curious about what it takes, our rangers have some tips to make your trip safer and more enjoyable! ⛺️ ❄️🎿
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YellowstoneNPS Nov 15
Yellowstone hosted 218,076 visits in October 2018. This is approximately a 2.9 percent increase from October 2017, making it the third busiest October on record. More at:
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US Department of the Interior Nov 11
On , we thank all the brave men & women who have served in our nation’s armed forces. We will never forget your dedication & sacrifice. Pic of the Korean War Veterans Memorial by Scott Thomason
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US Department of the Interior Nov 5
Retweet to spread the word! We’re waiving entrance fees to all public lands on Sunday, November 11, in honor of
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YellowstoneNPS Nov 5
Another season in the books! As of 8 am this morning, park roads have closed to vehicles except the corridor from the North Entrance to Cooke City, Montana. Details at .
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US Department of the Interior Nov 3
On , we celebrate this shaggy symbol of strength & resilience. Learn more about bison: Pic
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YellowstoneNPS Nov 3
...and four years later signed the act creating Yellowstone National Park!
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Yellowstone Forever Nov 2
Grizzly tracks seen today out at Grand Prismatic Spring.
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USGS Volcanoes🌋 Oct 22
Today's describes the spread of some recent misinformation about our favorite Wyoming volcanic system. Purple monkey dishwasher.
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YellowstoneNPS Nov 1
Yellowstone seeks comments on Environmental Assessment to replace Lewis River Bridge: details at .
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Skype Classroom Nov 1
Take in the natural beauty of with Rangers Lauren and Heather! In this lesson, students will learn about ecology, geology, and the importance of preserving national parks.
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YellowstoneNPS Nov 1
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And help us protect hot springs by not throwing anything into them! Learn more at .
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YellowstoneNPS Nov 1
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And check out the live broadcast of park staff discussing these objects at .
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