Yellowstone National Park

Wyoming Federal Judge Denies Injunction Requested By Bison Watchers
A federal judge in Casper on Friday denied a request to grant a journalist and wildlife advocate reasonable open access in Yellowstone National Park to the gathering of bison destined for slaughter. U.S. District Court Judge Scott Skavdahl declined to issue a preliminary injunction to block the hazi…
Wyoming is the Second Least-Visited State in the Country
Every year, over 10 million tourists will visit wonderful Wyoming. That might sound like a lot, but it’s actually one of the lowest tourism rates in the country. According to a new Thrillist article titled “The Least Visited States in America, and Why You Should Go to Each“, onl…
Yellowstone Fire Now Covers 2600 Acres
The lightning-caused Spruce Fire, burning in the backcountry of Yellowstone National, received significant rain overnight on Monday. The fire had grown to an estimated 2,594 acres as of noon on Monday, before storms moved into the area, dropping approximately .5 inches by Tuesday morning.

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