Groups said they will reimburse 50% of the cost (up to $1,000 per landowner) for purchasing and installing fencing to keep bison off private property where landowners do not want them in the Gardiner and Hebgen Basins.
Climate change in Yellowstone, said USGS, causes food plants to leaf out earlier in the year, potentially affecting migratory animals in search of forage plants ripe for eating.
In areas with particularly high wolf predation risk, individual elk encountered wolves infrequently, limiting the potential cumulative effects of wolves on elk behavior.
Wilderness values win out over snowmobiles in the Gallatin Range.
Conservation group suggests several measures to mitigate impacts.
As the U.S. moves closer to removing Wyoming gray wolf populations from the endangered species list, concerns about the fate of wolves remain.
New conclusions surface about the mighty supervolcano in Yellowstone National Park, often cited for a massive eruption that covered the region in hot ash.
A new study finds that climate change may spark more forest fires in the Yellowstone ecosystem, resulting in a shift from mature, old-growth forests to younger forests and woodlands.
New images from the University of Utah suggest that the large plume of partly molten rock underneath Yellowstone may be larger than previously believed. However, no predictions of when a cataclysmic eruption of the famed supervolcano might occur were offered.
The reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone National Park is not helping aspen groves, despite declines in the number of elk, according to a new study.