Monthly Archives: July 2013

10 Extraordinary Yellowstone National Park Facts

Yellowstone National Park is one of the most beautiful natural wonders in the world. Inspiring people worldwide, this park sees […]

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The Effects of Yellowstone’s Declining Trout Population

The devastating effects of Yellowstone’s cutthroat trout decline have far reaching impacts. Scientists are linking grizzly bears’ diet changes, once […]

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Tips for Hiking in Bear Country

Bears naturally are fearful of humans, which is why people are highly advised to never approach a wild bear when […]

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Tips for Camping in Bear Country

Yellowstone Holiday offers West Yellowstone camping and lodging at Hebgen Lake. Offering a spectacular Yellowstone vacation destination, they understand the […]

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Come Out and Play!

West Yellowstone’s Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center recently put their latest idea into action: introducing grizzly bears to an open […]

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Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center

West Yellowstone’s Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center is a not-for-profit facility that focuses on education and wildlife. They offer 365 […]

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A Bison Hazing We Will Go!

May saw the beginning of wild bison hazing. No, this isn’t your standard fraternity hazing, but in the wild is […]

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Yellowstone’s Abundant Wildlife

Yellowstone National Park is not only a geologic wonder, but also home to abundant wildlife. As a wildlife preserve, visitors […]

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