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Study: Yellowstone Wolves Don’t Harm Elk Pregnancy

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A new study says wolves don't startle female elk that winter east of Yellowstone National Park sufficiently to make them lose weight or harm their birthing rates.

Previous researchers theorized that Yellowstone-area wolves frighten female elk into running frequently enough to reduce their ability to stay healthy and reproduce

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Yellowstone Visits Up In May Despite New Count

Visits to Yellowstone National Park are up so far this season.

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North entrance to Yellowstone, R.G. Johnsson
North entrance to Yellowstone, R.G. Johnsson
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To Yellowstone By Bus From Jackson

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A new bus service is being planned this summer to take people from Jackson to Yellowstone National Park.

Regional transportation cooperative Linx received a $145,000 grant from the Wyoming Department of Transportation earlier this year to subsidize the service and cover administrative costs

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North entrance to Yellowstone, R.G. Johnsson
North entrance to Yellowstone, R.G. Johnsson
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Yellowstone Conducts Vehicle Safety Checks

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — Commercial buses and trucks traveling through Yellowstone National Park this summer may be subjected to safety checks.

The inspections are designed to ensure the safe operation and mechanical soundness of such vehicles on Yellowstone's roadways

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Ernie Hathaway, flickr
Ernie Hathaway, flickr
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NPS Approves Yellowstone Lake Development Plan

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — The National Park Service has approved a plan to manage future development of the lake area in Yellowstone National Park.

The area on the northwest shore of Yellowstone Lake is known for its spawning streams and grizzly bear habitat

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Grizzly Bears Begin To Stir East Of Yellowstone

WAPITI, Wyo. (AP) — Wildlife officials say they are getting reports of grizzly bear sightings at lower elevations east of Yellowstone National Park.

In response, the Shoshone and Bridger-Teton national forests have placed food storage regulations into effect

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