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Video shows mother bear rushing at tourist group in Yellowstone bear with cubs running toward a knot of camera-clicking tourists as the animals try to cross a bridge in Yellowstone National Park.No one is hurt, but at one point the adult bear rushes full-tilt toward a group of people standing at one...
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Paper looks at a future without carnivores

...impacts, carnivores are a benefit to ecotourism. Yellowstone National Park's restored wolf population, for example...Smith of the Yellowstone Center for Resources, Yellowstone National Park; Arian D. Wallach of James Cook University...
Ketchikan Museums name new senior curator of collections

...master of arts in museum studies from San Francisco State University. His museum experience includes work at Yellowstone National Park, the San Francisco Maritime National Historic Park, and the Museum of Flight in Seattle. For more information...
UAS' 'One Campus, One Book' author visits Juneau

...originally appeared in a 1989 issue of "Twilight Zone" magazine (seven years before wolf reintroduction to Yellowstone National Park). Now, nearly a quarter-century later, she returns to the Last Frontier not only in support of a new book...
Cold snap felt across Rockies, Midwest

...storm hit the northern Rockies on Monday and Tuesday, dumping up to 2 feet of snow in the mountains and in Yellowstone National Park.A four-vehicle crash in central Montana killed Chelsea Stanfield, 21, of Great Falls. Authorities said...
Grizzly panel: Yellowstone bears recovered

...Rockies say it's time to lift Endangered Species Act protections for hundreds of grizzly bears in and around Yellowstone National Park, a move some environmental groups opposed Thursday as premature.An initial decision from the U.S. Fish...
On the Trails: The ecology of fear

...more slowly, with other consequences still to be recorded.A far more dramatic example was seen when elk in Yellowstone National Park changed their patterns of habitat use to avoid wolves, moving uphill and losing much of the lush foraging near...
Bears, eagles, seals: How animals on the endangered list fare

...nearly wiped out over their historical range. But the bruins have been coming back, particularly in and around Yellowstone National Park, where they number more than 700. They're doing so well, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is considering...
Cramer a finalist in national winter-themed photo contest

...Island, titled "Winter Sun," was among four runners-up, with "Placid Coyote" by David Renwald, taken in Yellowstone National Park, winning.More than 700 photos were submitted for the contest. Cramer's photo and the other finalists can...
Alaska trumpeter swans filling historic range

...feathers, which made fine quill pens. By the early 1930s, Groves said, there were only 69 known trumpeters in Yellowstone National Park.Hunting ended and biologists made a happy discovery when they began bird work in Alaska: A remnant population...


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