Yellowstone Gate

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Yellowstone Gate

If you are looking for great, non-political, unbiased news about Yellowstone and the Yellowstone ecosystem, sign up for a subscription to Yellowstone Gate!  Its free and you will regularly be delighted with the insights you can gain by reading it.  Not only current issues that affect the Park or surrounding communities, but also, Park history, photography tips, and all sorts of Yellowstone related information.  ”Our mission is to offer original reporting, insight and commentary on the critical common issues facing the parks and their gateway communities” including Cody, Wyo.; Cooke City, Mont.; Gardiner, Mont.; Jackson, Wyo.; and West Yellowstone, Mont.” Ruffin Prevost, Editor.  Link: Yellowstone Gate Newsletter

Yellowstone Reports

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Yellowstone Reports

Reliable information about wildlife sightings and animal activity in Yellowstone is often difficult to find online.  However, Yellowstone Reports will keep you accurately  informed of happenings in the Northern tier of the Park.  It is a paid, but inexpensive subscription.  The pages include a great variety of detailed information about Yellowstone, its issues, and its wildlife. It includes exclusive naturalist observations from the field, National Park Service press releases, and articles from journalists and editors from the region. Many reports on these pages are made possible by the cooperative effort of dedicated individuals and skilled naturalist observers. The intent of this site is to inform Yellowstone supporters and educate those want more information about associated conservation issues. Link:  Yellowstone Reports

Official YNP Site

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Official YNP Site

Don’t overlook the Park’s official website as a great source of information about all things Yellowstone.  This site has a wealth of information!  You can learn about geysers, hot springs and fumaroles, wildlife safety, view their official photo gallery and much, much more.  Link: Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone Helps to Turn Kids on to Science

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Yellowstone Helps to Turn Kids on to Science

Yellowstone is our country’s premier science laboratory. It’s all there: geological change on a massive time scale and ecosystem change on a smaller one — evidence of the outright gorgeousness of evolution at work in our world.  Follow this link to NPR’s report!   How can you do it?  Introduce them to the thermal features,  watch, really watch the wildlife, visit the Grand Canyon and focus on the geology, learn about the volcano, to name just a few!  For more, check this link: Science for Kids in Yellowstone

Volcano Observatory

Posted by on Jan 27, 2008 in Blog, Slider Feature | 0 comments

Volcano Observatory

The Yellowstone Volcano Observatory monitors all things volcanic in Yellowstone and can even take the Park’s temperature from outer space!  A massive partnership of scientists work together from many agencies.  The principal partners are the USGS, Yellowstone National Park, and the University of Utah and  YVO now includes the three state geological surveys of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, UNAVCO, Inc., and the University of Wyoming.   Their mission is to provide timely monitoring and hazard assessment of volcanic, hydrothermal, and earthquake activity in the Yellowstone Plateau region.   Check them out here! Link: YVO