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7/31/08 Firefighters make progress on LeHardy Fire Thursday (by InciWeb)
7/31/08 LeHardy Fire now 600 acres (press release by National Park Service)
7/31/08 "LeHardy Fire" in Yellowstone National Park explodes to 600 acres (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
7/31/08 Madison River fishing report 31 July 2008--in the summer groove, evening caddis (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/31/08 Chips ahoy! (by Yellowstoner)
7/30/08 LeHardy Fire in Yellowstone now 600 acres (by InciWeb)--best place to keep track of this fire and others in the area. The direct link to the page is here.
7/30/08 Fire burning near Fishing Bridge (press release by National Park Service)
7/30/08 Downed power line sparks fire in Yellowstone National Park (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
7/30/08 Report for 07-30-2008 (by Madison River Outfitters)
7/30/08 Lamar River report 30 July 2008--coming clean and green (by Jess Best Fly Fishing
7/30/08 Henry's Fork fishing report 30 July 2008--slowing a bit and terrestrial time (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/29/08 NPS Director Bomar extends freeze on fee increases at national parks (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
7/29/08 Rocky Mountain, Yellowstone, Big Bend National Parks benefit from donations (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
7/29/08 Quick and dirty (by Yellowstoner)
7/29/08 Gardner River fishing report 29 July 2008--clearing after the flood (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/29/08 Gibbon River fishing report 29 July 2008--warm in the meadows, brookies up high (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/28/08 Yellowstone seeks public input on Lamar River Bridge project (press release by National Park Service)
7/28/08 Gallatin River post 28 July 2008--get ye on the Gallatin (by Jess Best Fly Fishing
7/28/08 Firehole River fishing report 28 July 2008--time to give her a rest (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/28/08 Grand Teton National Park will celebrate National Astronomy Day on Aug. 3 (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
7/27/08 Fall River fishing report 27 July 2008--mosquito madness, good flows (by Jess Best Fly Fishing
7/26/08 Yellowstone River (YNP) fishing report 26 July 2008--slowly dropping, improving (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/25/08 Final summer series talk Thursday at Grand Teton National Park (press release by University of Wyoming)
7/25/08 Second black bear Euthanized in Yellowstone National Park (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
7/25/08 Soda Butte fishing report 25 July 2008--coming around (by Jess Best Fly Fishing
7/25/08 Slough Creek fishing report 25 July 2008--better and better (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/24/08 Second aggressive black bear euthanized in Yellowstone (press release by National Park Service)
7/24/08 Update from the field (by Buffalo Field Campaign)
7/24/08 Madison River (YNP) fishing report 24 July 2008--evening caddis headline the show (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/23/08 Report for 07-23-2008 (by Madison River Outfitters)
7/23/08 Southwestern Montana fishing report: Gallatin, Madison, & rivers of Yellowstone Park (by Kevney Moses)
7/23/08 Lamar River report 23 July 2008--beginning to turn the corner (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/23/08 Henry's Fork River report 23 July 2008--cruisin' along (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/22/08 Endangered Species Act protections reinstated for Northern Rocky Mountain wolf population (press release by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Ralph Maughan's Wildlife News)
7/22/08 Gardner River report 22 July 2008--little brookies can be loads of fun (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/22/08 Gibbon River report 22 July 2008--meadow stretches warming, the canyon is cool (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/22/08 There's a new National Park Service website for visitors with disabilities or special needs (by Bob Janiskee National Parks Traveler)
7/21/08 Federal court reinstates federal wolf protections: Fall hunts in three states off (press release by Earthjustice, Defenders of Wildlife, Natural Resources Defense Council, Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance, and The Human Society of the United States in
7/21/08 Amended Record of Decision on winter use in Yellowstone (press release by National Park Service)
7/21/08 Final decision is set for Sylvan Pass: Delegation applauds hard work of area residents, study group (press release by U.S. Senators Mike Enzi and John Barrasso and U.S. Rep. Barabara Cubin)--all three are Republicans in Congress representing Wyoming
7/21/08 Governor remains concerned about Sylvan Pass agreement (press release by Gov. Dave Freudenthal)--Freudenthal--(D) is the governor of Wyoming
7/21/08 Behavioral responses of breeding birds to humans, predators topic at AMK Ranch (press release by University of Wyoming)
7/21/08 Gallatin River report 21 July 2008--time to get on the water (by Jess Best Fly Fishing
7/21/08 Firehole River report 21 July 2008--we'd chase the evening caddis (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/19/08 Let's lose this weekend (by Yellowstoner)
7/19/08 Gardner River fishing report 19 July 2008--hatches low, attractors high (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/18/08 Judge reinstates Endangered Species Act protections for wolves: Ruling will protect wolves in Montana, Idaho and Wyoming (press release by Natural Resources Defense Council)
7/18/08 When ranchers cry "wolf!" (press release by U.S. Senator Larry Craig)--Larry Craig--(R) is still representing Idaho in Congress
7/18/08 Wolf killings stopped: Federal court temporarily restores protection to wolves in Northern Rocky Mountains (press release by Center for Biological Diversity)
7/18/08 Judge restores ESA protection for wolves in greater Yellowstone ecosystem (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
7/18/08 Campgrounds near Yellowstone National Park closed after bear attack (press release by U.S. Forest Service in TransWorldNews)
7/18/08 Soda Butte River report 18 July 2008--feeling lucky? (by Jess Best Fly Fishing
7/18/08 Slough Creek report 18 July 2008--this has been the week for the turn (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/17/08 Madison River report 17 July 2008--amazing mid-July fishing (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/17/08 106 wolves have been killed in the past 118 days: That's nearly one wolf killed every day. And if Wyoming, Idaho and Montana have their way, at least 900 wolves--nearly 60 percent of the population--could be exterminated this fall (press release by Natural Resources Defense Council Action Fund in
7/16/08 Lamar River fishing report 16 July 2008--almost there (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/16/08 Henry's Fork River report 16 July 2008--a lot on the menu ... (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/16/08 Postponement: July 26 protest in Mammoth Hot Springs (by Buffalo Allies of Bozeman)--hope that the organizer mentioned here gets well soon
7/16/08 Druid pups cause great excitement crossing Soda Butte Creek (by Kathie Lynch in Ralph Maughan's Wildlife News)
7/16/08 Fishing report (by Bob Jacklin)
7/16/08 Just too good (by Yellowstoner)
7/16/08 Report for 07-16-2008 (by Madison River Outfitters)
7/15/08 Yellowstone River (YNP) fishing report 15 July 2008--high flows for opening day (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/15/08 Gibbon River fishing report 15 July 2008--warming slightly, fishing well (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/15/08 History and recovery of Yellowstone grizzly bears: A complete story (complete issue of Yellowstone Science posted in Ralph Maughan's Wildlife News)--all on grizzly bears; download pdf of Part I and Part II
7/14/08 Firehole River fishing report 14 July 2008--warming, but there's still some time (by Mark Best Fly Fishing thorough Yellowstone fishing blog is resurrected after several month hiatus
7/14/08 Gallatin River (YNP) fishing report 14 July 2008: Clearing and coming around (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/14/08 Results of 2008 Yellowstone wolf radio collaring (by Ralph Maughan)
7/11/08 Environmental historian to present talk at AMK Ranch (press release by University of Wyoming)
7/10/08 Update from the field (by Buffalo Field Campaign)
7/10/08 Aggressive black bear captured and euthanized (press release by National Park Service)
7/10/08 Another black bear put down, this one in Yellowstone National Park (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
7/9/08 Black bears in Denali, Grand Teton National Parks killed (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
7/8/08 Endangered species protections south for U.S. wolverines: Group urges U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to protect highly imperiled species from global warming (press release by Defenders of Wildlife, Earthjustice, Conservation Northwest, Center for Biological Diversity)
7/7/08 Floristic inventory of Grand Teton National Park subject of talk at AMK Ranch (press release by University of Wyoming)
7/6/08 YNP wolf notes, June 16-July 5, 2008 (by Kathie Lynch in Ralph Maughan's Wildlife News)
7/6/08 Report for 07-06-2008 (by Madison River Outfitters)
7/6/08 Yellowstone River fishing report (by Dome Mountain Ranch)
7/3/08 Yellowstone National Park sees record visitation in June (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
7/2/08 Yellowstone reports record June visitation (press release by National Park Service)
7/1/08 Enjoy a safe holiday weekend in Yellowstone (press release by National Park Service)
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7/31/08 Gunbarrel Fire grows to more than 12 square miles (AP story in KIFI--ID)
7/31/08 Gunbarrel Fire west of Cody creeps south (by Brett French Billings Gazette)
7/31/08 North Fork, Red Lodge, Yellowstone on fire (by Kara B. Powell Tribune--WY)
7/31/08 States put wolf hunts on hold (AP story in Casper Star-Tribune)
7/31/08 Fire burning near Fishing Bridge (by Karin Ronnow Bozeman Daily Chronicle)--fire grew overnight to 600 acres (yesterday was 5-10 acres); check out InciWeb for the best information on this fire.
7/31/08 Wildfire grows in Yellowstone National Park (by Tommy Noel KIDK--ID)--with video
7/31/08 Campgrounds reopen after bear attack (by Billings Gazette)
7/31/08 Scouts help fire fight (by Casper Star-Tribune)
7/31/08 Forest official calls Rainbows' effort 'cosmetic' (by Chris Merrill Casper Star-Tribune)
7/30/08 Fire ignites in YNP (by Beth Saboe KBZK--MT)
7/30/08 Fire burning in Yellowstone National Park (by KIFI--ID)--only 5 to 10 acres by LeHardy Rapids, but part of main road is closed
7/30/08 Wildfires strengthen (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News and Guide)
7/30/08 Bison advocates aim to seed West with new herds (by Associated Press)--advocates, eh? article does not talk about what a disgusting program the quarantine program is where wild calves are taken from their families and raised like cattle without any family herd structure; tested, many killed in the control groups (since you can't determine brucellosis definitively without killing the animal)
7/30/08 Agency kills animals, but how many? (AP story in KVAL--OR)
7/30/08 Gunbarrel fire burns 2,100 acres (by Carole Cloudwalker Cody Enterprise)
7/30/08 Gunbarrel fire update (by KULR--MT)--with video
7/30/08 Gunbarrel fire burns between Cody and Yellowstone (AP story in KIFI--ID)
7/30/08 Teachers headed back to school for YNP workshops (by Montana's News Station)
7/30/08 Fire season arrives (by Chris Merrill Casper Star-Tribune)
7/30/08 Green groups slam BLM on air quality: Anticline drilling area already has health issues, they say (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News and Guide)
7/29/08 Interstate disease deal stalls (AP story in Casper Star-Tribune)
7/29/08 Funds used to restore Yellowstone hiking trails (AP story in Montana's News Station)
7/29/08 Rancher has little to gain in slaughter (by Chris Merrill Casper Star-Tribune)--and has support from some other ranchers
7/29/08 Hot, dry weather fuel fires (by Casper Star-Tribune)
7/28/08 Yellowstone thriving 20 years after inferno (by Anne Thompson NBC News)--video
7/28/08 Park Service seeks comment on Lamar River Bridge (AP story in KIFI--ID)
7/28/08 Gunbarrel blaze on N. Fork sparked by lightning (by Carole Cloudwalker Cody Enterprise)
7/28/08 Grizzly captured near Cooke City (by Carole Cloudwalker Cody Enterprise)
7/28/08 Blaze burns 232 acres near Cody (by Billings Gazette)
7/28/08 JH Conservation Alliance leader retiring (by Jackson Hole News and Guide)
7/28/08 Elk permits online (by Billings Gazette)
7/27/08 Digging up Cinnabar (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
7/26/08 Brucellosis is in 7 more cows (by Casper Star-Tribune)--1st story
7/26/08 Foes of wolf protections discuss strategy: No decision yet on whether to appeal district judge's ruling (by AP story in Billings Gazette)
7/25/08 Park officials look back on 1988 fires (by Mark A. York Livingston Enterprise)--1st story
7/25/08 KOA sees slight dip, but business still good (by David Jay KTVQ--MT)--1st story
7/25/08 One grizzly relocated, another bear killed (by Karin Ronnow Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
7/25/08 1 bear caught; 1 killed in park: Deep snow, late spring push bears to seek human foods (by Brett French Billings Gazette)
7/25/08 Brucellosis blamed on elk, not bison: State veterinarian's finding could change wildlife management (by Jennifer McKee Billings Gazette)
7/25/08 Feedgrounds under fire (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News and Guide)
7/25/08 Prediction wolves will become inbred sways judge's decision to halt delisting (by Chris Merrill Casper Star-Tribune)
7/24/08 White House reverses experts on Yellowstone policy (by Associated Press)
7/24/08 Bear captured (by KULR--MT)--with video
7/24/08 Man fights off grizzly bear with bare hands (by Meghan Kalkstein KVAL--OR)--with video
7/24/08 Second bear killed in Yellowstone in recent weeks (AP story in KIFI--ID)
7/24/08 Testing shows elk probable source of brucellosis (by Great Falls Tribune)
7/24/08 Report: Wyoming fish threatened by warming (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News and Guide)
7/24/08 Wyoming studying wolf-loss payment legality (AP story in Billings Gazette)
7/24/08 Forest Service closes campgrounds (by Billings Gazette)--near Big Piney in Bridger-Teton NF
7/23/08 Park historian recalls 'unprecedented' fires (by Carole Cloudwalker Cody Enterprise)
7/23/08 Wyoming will continue to pay for wolf damage (AP story in Wyoming Tribune-Eagle)
7/23/08 Endangered protection restored for wolves (by Jonathan Van Dyke Pinedale Roundup--WY)
7/23/08 Judge's decision eliminates wolf predator zone (by Richard Reeder Cody Enterprise)
7/23/08 Friends saw Gardner as guide (by Reilly Capps The Daily Planet--CO)
7/23/08 Fellow climbers remember Gardner: Skilled, 'smiley' guy (by The Hub--CO)
7/23/08 Town mourns loss of teacher, friend (by The Hub--CO)
7/23/08 Sylvan's long-term future still unsure (by Yancy Bonner Powell Tribune--WY)
7/23/08 Judge smacks Wyoming plan for wolf managment: Ruling puts kibosh on hunts this fall, as well as predator-area kills (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News and Guide)
7/23/08 Wolves are back on the list: Decision likely ends planned northern Rockies wolf hunts, at least for this fall (by Jason Kauffman Idaho Mountain Express and Guide)
7/22/08 Friend: Guide to be missed worldwide (by Beverly Corbell The Daily Sentinel--CO)
7/22/08 Board brings back 'split-state' status to manage livestock disease (AP story in Great Falls Tribune)
7/22/08 Livestock leaders object to wolf relisting (by Patricia R. McCoy Capital Press--OR)
7/22/08 Them on us: Sad parting; Smith-Batchen surprise; wolf limbo (by Jake Nichols Planet Jackson Hole)--3rd bullet; an interesting note about Judge Molloy
7/22/08 It's official: Sylvan Pass to stay open (AP story in Billings Gazette)
7/22/08 Park superintendent talks brucellosis: Warns board against 'livestock versus wildlife' view (by Jennifer McKee Billings Gazette)
7/22/08 State plans federal wolf role (by Chris Merrill Casper Star-Tribune)
7/22/08 Living with wolves Q&A: No hunting season for wolves, but poachers likely (by Rocky Barker Idaho Statesman)
7/22/08 Retired park official to give Beartooth talk (by Billings Gazette)--on Saturday
7/21/08 Wolves back to endangered list (by Gib Mathers Powell Tribune--WY)
7/21/08 Judge relists wolves (by Richard Reeder Cody Enterprise)
7/21/08 Judge orders federal wolf protections restored: Decision likely ends planned wolf hunt for this fall (by Jason Kauffman Idaho Mountain Express and Guide)
7/21/08 Oregon motorcyclist survives nighttime griz attack near Cooke City (by Carole Cloudwalker Cody Enterprise)
7/21/08 George Gardner dies in solo climbing accident (by Gus Jarvis The Watch--CO)
7/21/08 Climbing guide George Gardner dies on Grand (by Angus M. Thuermer Jr. Jackson Hole News and Guide)
7/21/08 Man heard bones crunch during bear attack: Recovering from wounds to both arms, hands; bear hit as he slept in tent near Yellowstone (by CBS News)--when there is a bear attack, it will be sensationalized, giving the impression there are more attacks than there actually are
7/21/08 Bear attack (by Penny Preston KULR--MT)--with video
7/21/08 What's up with that? (by Rachel Hergett Bozeman Daily Chronicle)--a belated report on NPS last month moving the 45th parallel sign from one wrong location to another wrong location in Yellowstone
7/20/08 Back to square one with wolves (by Nate Poppino Times-News--ID)
7/20/08 Are the ways fires are fought and prevented firewise? We spend billions attacking almost every wildfire, but scientists say that's bad for the forest, can put firefighters in unnecessary danger and doesn't protect communities as well--or as cheaply--as we now know how to do (by Heath Druzin and Rocky Barker Idaho Statesman)
7/19/08 Wolves again have federal protection: A judge issues an injunction that returns the wolf to the endangered species list for now and halts hunts planned this year in Wyoming, Idaho and Montana (by Rocky Barker Idaho Statesman)--Western Watersheds Project has posted the order (in pdf)
7/19/08 Judge orders wolf relisting (by Casper Star-Tribune)
7/19/08 Gray wolves regain endangered-species protections: A Montana judge sides with environmentalists who had challenged the species' delisting (by Tami Abdollah Los Angeles Times)
7/19/08 Judge puts wolf protection rules back in force (AP story in Billings Gazette)
7/19/08 Judge returns gray wolves to endangered list (by Felicity Barringer The New York Times)
7/19/08 Gray wolves reintroduced on the endangered species list (by Jane Ivory eFluxMedia)
7/19/08 Wardens in Cooke City area set traps to find grizzly (by Brett French Billings Gazette)--so when they set these traps, how do they know if they catch the right bear?
7/19/08 'A bear has got me,' Oregon man screams: A Springfield man is recovering from an attack--likely by a grizzly--at a campsite near Yellowstone (by Stuart Tomlinson The Oregonian)
7/19/08 Bear attack victim recovering from head wounds (AP story in Casper Star-Tribune)
7/18/08 Correction: Elk threat story (AP story in Kansas City Star)--an important correction
7/18/08 Wolf protections restored in Northern Rockies, hunting halted (by Peter Metcalf New West)
7/18/08 Senate panel approves nearly $700,000 for Montana brucellosis research (by The Prairie Star--MT)
7/18/08 Senate panel approves more than $7 million to boost Montana agriculture (by The Prairie Star--MT)--money being appropriated to Greater Yellowstone Interagency Brucellosis Committee and national brucellosis eradication efforts
7/18/08 Man bitten by bear taken to Cody hospital (by Brett French Billings Gazette)
7/18/08 Grizzly crawls in bed with Montana camper: National Forest officials close two campgrounds after bear attacks sleeping park visitor (AP story in CBS News)--near Cooke City; interesting, if my mom had visited as planned this weekend, we were considering camping out there
7/18/08 Grizzly goes for sleeping camper (by Sara Nelson The Sun--UK)--not in the park but close
7/18/08 Yellowstone facilities going up, coming down: Park wraps up construction projects, removes last parts of old visitor center (by Brett French Billings Gazette)
7/18/08 State vet asks for slaughter deadline extension (by Chris Merrill Casper Star-Tribune)--in this case of cattle
7/18/08 Expect traffic delays on U.S. 191 (by Bozeman Daily Chronicle)--3rd story; continued construction in Gallatin Canyon
7/17/08 Bear mauls man near Cooke City (by Amy Learn Livingston Enterprise)--1st story
7/17/08 Brucellosis investigation nears completion (by The Prairie Star--MT)
7/17/08 Rancher leaning toward testing, not slaughter (AP story in Billings Gazette)--so, when a cow is spayed, it's okay because it cannot transmit brucellosis; however, if you're a Yellowstone bull bison, you get slaughtered anyway (even though you cannot transmit brucellosis)
7/17/08 Forest mine a new worry (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News and Guide)
7/17/08 FWP gray wolf meeting sparks little controversy (by Trevon Milliard Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
7/16/08 Daniel rancher opts to test out (by Joy Ufford Sublette Examiner--WY)
7/16/08 Feed grounds OK'd for elk for 20 years (AP story in Billings Gazette)
7/16/08 Summits to include Grand Teton plus highest in Montana (by Brett French Billings Gazette)--to raise money for Bozeman homeless shelter
7/15/08 Pine beetle threat grows in the West (by Karl Puckett USA Today)
7/15/08 National Park Service launches Web site for visitors with disabilities: New Web site lists accessible trails, programs, camp sites and more at national parks (AP story in The Seattle Times)
7/15/08 South Fork fire burns 58 acres (by Billings Gazette)--along Upper South Fork of Shoshone River
7/15/08 Two more fires ignite near Rainbows (by Casper Star-Tribune)
7/14/08 Park ranger tells students about Yellowstone wildlife (by Claire Zillman Berwyn Life--IL)
7/14/08 Montana Farm Bureau, Stockgrowers present brucellosis management plan (by The Prairie Star)--ag industry newspaper provides some details of livestock industry's next move on bison and elk
7/14/08 Shoshone Forest preps for fire season (by Carolyn Williams Cody Enterprise)
7/14/08 Delays may frustrate travelers over Togwotee Pass (by Star Valley Independent--WY)
7/14/08 Park: Tourists not to blame in bear death (by Noah Brenner Jackson Hole News and Guide)
7/14/08 National parks leaders converge on Utah (by Stephen Speckman Deseret News--UT)
7/13/08 Fire outlook is moderate in Shoshone: Blazes farther west are eating up funds, crews (by Ruffin Prevost Billings Gazette)
7/13/08 Gun plan for national parks gets extension (by Casper Star-Tribune)
7/12/08 Packing out waste: You can take it with you (by Douglas MacDonald Backpacker Magazine)
7/11/08 Wolves being shot as varmints months after coming off endangered species list (by John Hollenhorst KSL--UT)--with video
7/11/08 In Yellowstone Park (by West Yellowstone News)--upcoming events
7/11/08 Two Wyoming herds test negative for brucellosis (AP story in Casper Star-Tribune)
7/11/08 Federal protection sought for wolverines: As few as 500 wolverines may still exist in the lower 48 states, conservationists say (by Jason Kauffman Idaho Mountain Express and Guide)
7/10/08 Agressive bear captured, killed in Yellowstone (AP story in cbs4denver)
7/10/08 Montana restricting truck traffic in U.S. 191 construction zone (by
7/10/08 US government challenged over wolverine conservation status (by Catherine Elsworth Telegraph--UK)
7/10/08 Bush admin opposes federal pay for wolf kills (AP story in cbs4denver)
7/10/08 3 meetings scheduled on wolf management (by Billings Gazette)
7/10/08 Mountain conditions now available online (by Michael Pearlman Jackson Hole News and Guide)--see
7/10/08 Change we can believe in (by Tom Morton Casper Star-Tribune)
7/10/08 Hunt report hits leasing (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News and Guide)
7/9/08 Yellowstone geysers may stop erupting, study suggests (by Matt Kaplan National Geographic)
7/9/08 Groups plan wolverine lawsuit (by Jeff Gearino Casper Star-Tribune)
7/9/08 Internationally known musician performing at YNP (by Montana's News Station)--according to this, Arvel Bird will be at the Old Faithful Upper General store
7/9/08 Groups files suit over wolverine protection: U.S. wolverines face threats from climate change, other factors, conservation groups say (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News and Guide)
7/8/08 Problem-causing black bear killed in Grand Teton (AP story in KIFI--ID)--too sad
7/8/08 Wolverine advocates give notice of intent to sue (by Associated Press)
7/8/08 Blazes of 1988 changed but didn't devastate forest ecosystem (by Ruffin Prevost Billings Gazette)
7/8/08 '88 fires will be among thems at conference (by Molly Priddy Billings Gazette)
7/8/08 June was strong for area tourism (by Daniel Person Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
7/8/08 Forest official urges consideration of ban after Rainbow Family fracas (AP story in Billings Gazette)--when I was officially and temporarily "arrested" for failure to have proof of insurance in the 1994 gathering (see my autobiography), I was told by the forest ranger who I sat talking with for 45 minutes that they were in fact arresting people for anything they could--I was told that I wasn't put in the jail because "I looked honest." Now, this is 2008; it sounds familiar and resembles so many experiences I had protesting, especially my experience in New York during the 2004 Republican National Convention where journalists, tourists going to the Yankees game--and not protesting--and others protesting but not breaking any laws were swept up by the NYPD, which is still to my knowledge being challenged by a class action suit. So, it's no wonder if some people are "anti-authority", it's no wonder these things escalate.
7/8/08 Wildfire burning near Rainbow Gathering (by Cory Hatch Jackson Hole News and Guide)--just not a good year for the Rainbows, if the press is any indication (which it may not be)
7/8/08 Sect settles tax dispute (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
7/7/08 Baptism by fire for national media (by Brett French Billings Gazette)
7/7/08 Park Service seeks to reach changing population (by Associated Press)
7/7/08 Noise inescapable in some flagship national parks (by Associated Press)
7/7/08 Climber rescued from Middle Teton after fall (by Jackson Hole News and Guide)
7/6/08 Focus on elk as disease persists near Yellowstone (by Associated Press)--if attendance at our last event shows, hunters groups are starting to join buffalo advocates more and more; this story shows the reason why
7/6/08 Yellowstone's 1988 fires transformed park's policies: Scientific evidence shows that big fires have always been part of the landscape in the park (by Brett French Billings Gazette)
7/6/08 Infamous backfire still a sore point in Cooke City (by Brett French Billings Gazette)
7/6/08 ACLU to investigate Rainbow Family treatment (by Casper Star-Tribune)
7/5/08 Jackson Lake full; runoff begins to fall (by Angus M. Thuermer Jr. Jackson Hole News and Guide)
7/5/08 Arrest leads to Rainbow riot (by Tom Morton Casper Star-Tribune)--officers reported to have pointed weapons in direction of children; tactics like these I know from experience have a tendency to radicalize people (and if you don't think a lot of Rainbows aren't already radicalized, you are mistaken); law enforcement tends to be more sophisticated--though not always--in places where they are used to large crowds
7/5/08 5 Rainbows arrested after melee with officers (AP story in Billings Gazette)
7/4/08 Yellowstone visits set record (by Brett French Billings Gazette)
7/4/08 Rainbow gathering inspires odd jurisprudence (by Tom Morton Casper Star-Tribune in Billings Gazette)
7/3/08 Fireworks banned around Yellowstone (by Montana's News Station)
7/3/08 Yellowstone hosts most June visitors ever (by Ted Alvarez Backpacker Magazine)
7/3/08 Yellowstone reports record June visitation (AP story in Montana's News Station)
7/3/08 Trout population "collapses" in Idaho (by Bea Karnes KOAA--CO)
7/3/08 Xanterra suied over '05 drowning (AP story in Billings Gazette)
7/3/08 Cody police check park package (by Billings Gazette)
7/3/08 Comments due today on plan to hunt wolves (by Cara Froedge Jackson Hole News and Guide)
7/3/08 Rainbow Family gathering draws diverse group (by Tom Morton Casper Star-Tribune)
7/3/08 'Jesus Camp' says it offers what Rainbows seek (by Tom Morton Casper Star-Tribune)
7/3/08 Conservation groups sue to stop old-growth logging (by Amanda Ricker Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
7/3/08 South River man climbs to help inner city teens: will head to peak of Grand Teton in Aug. for charity group (by Kristin Tangel Sentinel--NJ)
7/3/08 Suit filed over Livingston-area logging plan (AP story in Montana's News Station)
7/2/08 Grand Teton National Park road closure set for Signal Mountain (by Planet Jackson Hole)
7/2/08 Cody tourism rebounds after slow start (by Anthony McConnell Cody Enterprise)
7/2/08 Groups sue Forest Service over timber project (AP story in Great Falls Tribune)
7/2/08 Wyoming wolf management settles into routine work (by Ruffin Prevost Billings Gazette)
7/2/08 State plans hearings on wolves (AP story in Billings Gazette)
7/2/08 Snow in July? A mixed blessing in the Rockies (by Jim Robbins The New York Times)
7/2/08 Rainbow connection (by Jeff Gearino Casper Star-Tribune)
7/1/08 State vets plan to eliminate brucellosis in Yellowstone bison (by Alden Downing KULR--MT)--not sure where to start on this one
7/1/08 Western governors on water (by Penny Preston KULR--MT)--with video
7/1/08 States leery of cattle from Montana: Nebraska sets stiffest rules for livestock from Yellowstone region (by Tom Lutey Billings Gazette)
7/1/08 $1M to help pronghorns (by Jackson Hole News and Guide)
7/1/08 River, Wyoming Range bills move to Senate (by Noah Brenner Jackson Hole News and Guide)
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7/31/08 Geyser war! (by williamhessian)--why should we be disparaging anyone's geysers by comparing them like this? Interesting nonetheless
7/31/08 Of bison and Old Faithful (by Laura)
7/31/08 Bison contradictions (by Greg L. Johnson)
7/31/08 Yellowstone: Fire season (by Yellowstone Insider)
7/31/08 Farewell to the Rockies (by Dave)
7/31/08 Don't overlook the Gallatin (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/31/08 To drive or not to drive in Yellowstone (by The Deal Detective usually avoid posting travel deals (if I did, I'd probably triple my readership, but c'est la vie), but this offers more than an advertisement.
7/31/08 Today: A pants day in Yellowstone (by nae)
7/30/08 The elk vaccination follies (by Bill Schneider New West)
7/30/08 We don't have to talk at all (by Daniel Trask)
7/30/08 New thinking on brucellosis control (by Billings Gazette)
7/30/08 Yellowstone part II: Flora, fauna, and scenery (by Paul and Margery Zeller)
7/30/08 The effect of unsolicited faxes on super volcanoes (by MuseSwings)
7/30/08 Time for family--part 3 (by Kimberly)
7/30/08 Changing parks' gun rules would endanger people (by Ernest Scherzer in Billings Gazette)
7/30/08 Short fuse (by Boston Globe)--2nd snippet comments on Sylvan Pass flap
7/29/08 Anti-wolf drive only had quarter of names needed to get on ballot (by Rocky Barker Idaho Statesman)
7/29/08 The elusive moose (by Jenna Kinghorn)
7/29/08 Yellowstone (by Whitney Hunt)--another person not in love with Old Faithful or the entire west side of the park
7/29/08 Day 135--July 29, 2008 (by G.)--much higher on the west side of Yellowstone
7/28/08 Traveling around (by Barbara The Dream Year)--finally a blogger mentions the Yogi Bear myth in a way that makes sense to me
7/28/08 Mt. Washburn (by Jim Steele)
7/28/08 It's easy to distort east gate winter use (by Bruce McCormack Cody Enterprise)
7/28/08 George Gardner: He simply lived life right (by Jessica Newens The Watch--CO)
7/28/08 burned out (by Amanda)
7/28/08 Day 7: Final day in Yellowstone (by Bethel)
7/28/08 Mammals? You want mammals? Well alright then ... (by Joseph Devereaux)--with video
7/28/08 Split-state status is the wrong direction for Montana Cattle industry (by Steve Roth, Montana Stockgrowers Association, in Big Sky Business Journal)
7/28/08 Continental Divide trail journal (by Skittles Trail Journals)
7/28/08 Are we safe? (by Rod Dalitz in Scotsman)--even some Scots are scared of Yellowstone
7/27/08 Bush blowing up Yellowstone (by Rocker)
7/27/08 Yellowstone (by rosegirl)
7/27/08 Tooth fairy and Iraq (by Steven N. Potratz)--tooth fairy, Yellowstone, Iraq, and politics all at once
7/27/08 Yellowstone part I: Thermal activity (by Paul and Margery Zeller)
7/27/08 Yellowstone--July 26-27 (by Keith Drury)
7/27/08 The geyser of Yellowstone ... and the stink ... (by Michele)
7/27/08 Weapons should be restricted in national parks (by Bill Wemple in Times Union--NY)
7/26/08 Bomb, bomb, bomb ... Yellowstone Park (by Ted Johnson)
7/26/08 A stay of execution for wolves (by The New York Times)
7/26/08 Celebration of the wolf (by Raien)
7/25/08 Good judgment (by Tom Rice)
7/25/08 The first time I ever folfed (by windsurf17)
7/25/08 Idaho, Wyoming and Montana--Yellowstone (day 19) (by Peggy Mac)--but still sees potential of being maimed by a bear simply in terms of herself, not what might happen to the bear because she had to get closer
7/25/08 Where the buffalo roam (by That guy with the unimaginative screenname)
7/25/08 Almost home ... (by The adventures of Molly and Ryan)--Yellowstone was "pretty lame"
7/25/08 Cheney's Cody friends outrank Yellowstone wildlife (by Gadfly)
7/25/08 An $8,500 ticket to Yellowstone: It's a familiar story these days. Science and common sense be damned--if a Bush or Cheney crony wants it, they get it (by Joan McCarter New West)
7/25/08 Any question about who's calling the shots in Yellowstone National Park? (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
7/25/08 Sylvan Pass to remain open in winter (by Scott Hanley)
7/25/08 Did gusty winds cause a fatal climbing accident at Grand Teton National Park? (by Bob Janiskee National Parks Traveler)
7/25/08 Wyo should stay involved in management of wolves (by Casper Star-Tribune)
7/25/08 Yellowstone trip! (by The Cole's)--child wonders about Yellowstone's heavenly powers
7/24/08 Schweitzer considering opting OUT of the Interagency Brucellosis MOU (by jhwygirl 4&20 blackbirds)
7/24/08 Personality and the accident victim: Two radically different incidents illustrate that itís about us more than the wilderness (by Steve Howe Backpacker Magazine)
7/24/08 Yellowstone (poem by Laurel)
7/24/08 Astonishing Yellowstone National Park (by Giora)
7/24/08 Exploring a national park - III: The first day (by Altamont)
7/24/08 Day 15 and 16 in Cody and Yellowstone Park, WY (by Donna)
7/24/08 Geyser day! (by C'Dub)
7/24/08 Another aggressive bear euthanized in the park yesterday (by Mark Best Fly Fishing
7/24/08 Yellowstone (Part 3) (by Debbie and Rod)
7/24/08 A wolf plan that works: It seems as if most people in the New West would prefer to see the wolf controversy resolved, and agencies could quickly do this. Will it happen? (by Bill Schneider New West)
7/23/08 Trophic cascade: The case for wolves, part 2 (by Deb Donahue
7/23/08 Welcome to the park--but don't be late to work (by Rhys Emery in Blue Mountain Eagle--OR)
7/23/08 Welcome to the park--but don't be late to work (by Rhys Emery in Blue Mountain Eagle--OR)
7/23/08 Vacations--awesome Yellowstone! (by Phoenix)
7/23/08 Day 56, July 13th 2008, starting in between the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone, Wyoming (by Chris)
7/23/08 Day 57, July 14th 2008, starting in Yellowstone, Wyoming (by Chris)
7/23/08 Bison extravaganza, Chungs, messy Kat, farewell (by Rogue)--whoops, confuses Yosemite and Yellowstone; otherwise interesting comments on buffalo
7/23/08 Slow down and see more (by Jessica The Indie Travel Podcast)
7/23/08 More on Yellowstone (by Margomax)
7/23/08 Hellroaring Creek ... WOW (by Casey The Shuttle Rig)
7/23/08 wolves, bison, parks, and the dinero that ties conservation together (by Seamus)
7/23/08 Out of touch (by Ron Chastain)--new crews of workers start coming in this time of year; here's a new one starting the experience
7/23/08 Jackson Hole and Yellowstone with the fam (by Lisa R.D.)
7/23/08 A first-hand look at the grizzly recovery: A weekend course sends visitors into the wild to see the bears up close (by Hannah Hoag DISCOVER Magazine)
7/22/08 Of Turner, the sublime, and Yellowstone, part I (by ZBarr)
7/22/08 Yellowstone (by twoinatent)--check out the warning about ravens and windshield wipers at Heart Lake trailhead; is that a joke or for real?
7/22/08 A victory for wolves in Greater Yellowstone! (by msterlinn)
7/22/08 Yellowstone National Park ... (by Kev)
7/22/08 Wyoming's cavalier wolf plan set back delisting (by Idaho Statesman)
7/22/08 Feds should grant rancher an extension (by Casper Star-Tribune)--if APHIS would change their outdated and unfair rules on brucellosis as this editorial suggests, it would theoretically be better for wildlife because the costs associated with a transmission would go down further
7/21/08 Buffalo, boardwalks, bald eagle, and biking (by Jessica)
7/21/08 National Park Service agrees, conditionally, to keep Yellowstone's Sylvan Pass open for snowmobiling (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
7/21/08 Molloy's decision now hands ball back to feds, states and hunters (by Rocky Barker Idaho Statesman)
7/21/08 Judge moves wolves back to 'square one' (by Richard Reeder Cody Enterprise)--predictable editorial from this paper
7/21/08 Trophic cascade: The case for wolves (by Deb Donahue
7/21/08 How do you describe the indescribable? (by Mike, Kathy and the Leonzo Kids)
7/21/08 When bears attack: Avoiding a confrontation (by Yellowstone Insider)
7/21/08 Wolf relisting is an unfortunate outcome (by Casper Star-Tribune)
7/21/08 "Where the Wild Things Were": A world free from predators would not be idyllic (book review by Thomas Hayden in Christian Science Monitor)
7/21/08 The Grand Tetons (by Jessica)--look below as well; most of a very interesting essays from a recent trip all published today
7/21/08 Trail, tourism, and truth (by Jessica)
7/21/08 Of fortunes, feathers, and flight (by Jessica)
7/21/08 "A feather floats on Phelps Lake ..." (by Jessica)
7/21/08 Onward to Yellowstone! (by Jessica)
7/21/08 Hiking and hot springs (by Jessica)
7/20/08 Nine Bears and Splashing Eagle and Yellowstone (by Jerry)
7/20/08 7-20-08 (by Tyler Cowart)
7/20/08 Hey Dad, that looks dangerous (by Mike)
7/20/08 Wolves: Another shoe drops (by Yellowstone Insider)
7/20/08 Day 40, hello Montana! (by Brian R. Dunn)
7/20/08 Mosquitos the size of hummingbirds! (by Tranquility Found)
7/20/08 A long weekend in the Tetons (by Ted Alvarez Vail Daily--CO)
7/20/08 Why I love ... Yellowstone (by Bret Robinson in Indianapolis Star)
7/20/08 Don't write to Judge Molloy !! (by Ralph Maughan)--Molloy is the judge in the wolf case
7/20/08 Will all the magnificent creatures soon be gone? (by Connie Brady Las Vegas Review-Journal)--buffalo slaughter used as an example in argument against euthanizing wild horses
7/19/08 Federal judge orders Endangered Species Act protections reinstated for grey wolves--at least for now (by Mike Dunford The Questionable Authority)
7/19/08 The long road to victory for wolves (by Louisa Wilcox, Natural Resources Defense Council)
7/19/08 Genetics defective in wolf re-listing (by Western Insitute for Study of the Environment)--the other side of the wolf issue from "wise" use advocates
7/19/08 Victory for Yellowstone wolves (by Beth Pratt)
7/19/08 Black Canyon of Yellowstone (by twoinatent)
7/19/08 Wildlife ecology of Yellowstone (by Callan Bentley)
7/19/08 Yellowstone-wildlife (by Alice)
7/19/08 Summer in Montana (by Travelers in the Slow)
7/19/08 Yarns from Yellowstone (by walt or jean)
7/19/08 Day Six--Yellowstone (by BBBIII)
7/19/08 20th anniversary of Yellowstone fire (by Fab Six)
7/19/08 Beautiful land, clean rivers fuel state economy (by Chris Naumann, Barrel Mountaineering, in Billings Gazette)
7/18/08 A sweet spot in Montana (by Cindy Loose The Washington Post)--about Chico Hot Springs and Boiling River; however, don't follow the article's advice about finding the Boiling River; it's no longer at the 45th Parallel sign, which was moved last month
7/18/08 Good news for the wolves (by Jeanet Chapple)
7/18/08 Yellowstone, Yosemite, whatever ... (by Drew)
7/18/08 Yellowstone and on (by Africa Time)
7/18/08 Yellowstone (by Jacobson Five)--a lot of good specific site location stuff
7/18/08 U.S. national parks rooted in individual visions (by Bridget Hunter, U.S. Department of State, in News Blaze)
7/18/08 Yellowstone--the facts (by Hilary)
7/18/08 Sorry it's been so long (by Carrie McMillion)
7/18/08 Trip update (by Bethel)
7/18/08 Mystery vacationer (by Jennabnyc)--actually about working in Grand Teton as a way to vacation
7/17/08 So hey DOL: When do we start slaughtering elk? (by jhwygirl)
7/17/08 Yellowstone black bear euthanized (by Roy Scribner)--however, in this case to be fair, it's not clear visitors were to blame, at least according to the Park Service
7/17/08 Yellowstone fires--20 years later (by bekkieann)
7/16/08 My day with a rancher: Standing on the same turf: When Lucia Stewart, an admitted urbanite, spent two days with ranchers in the Gallatin Valley, she realized they had more in common than she thought: ground (by Lucia Stewart New West)
7/16/08 Superintendents' Summit raises both issues and questions (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
7/16/08 The case for grizzly bear feedlots in Wyoming (by Dave Smith)
7/16/08 Trail journal: Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone South Rim (by Sarah G.)
7/16/08 Reflections (by Lori Magnuson)--of course, as has been noted many times, Yellowstone was not Roosevelt's vision (he was a teenager when Yellowstone became a national park); and also only somewhat more than 30% of the park burned in the '88 fires (and a lot of us would argue that the area that burned wasn't "ravaged"); still an interesting take on a vacation
7/16/08 Day Three--Yellowstone (by BBBIII)
7/15/08 Introduction to Jess--part two: Putting my two in the Yellowstone waters (by Jess Best Fly Fishing is from Bozeman and writing the site, also with an interest in getting women fishing; read part one about Jess
7/15/08 Wilderness for wild Gallatin Range (by George Wuerthner New West)
7/15/08 7-12-08 dam it's cold out (by Michael Gryniuk)--reports someone throwing an apple core at a grizzly bear; what an idiot
7/15/08 Don't call plugging wolves hunting (by Derek Goldman High Country News)
7/15/08 July 13--Yellowstone camping trip day 1 (by Jim)
7/15/08 Tech on the go: Staying connected from everywhere (by Scott Koegler little vague on the particulars of where and where not; there are plenty of places in Yellowstone that don't seem to have any connectivity of any kind (thank goodness)
7/14/08 Bush, Interior rebuff bill to help ranchers (by Richard Reeder Cody Enterprise)--interesting comment beneath this
7/14/08 We all have a favorite (by Erin Wible)--we saw an eruption of White Dome Geyser this past weekend from the main road; the pictures here remind me of another shot I got back in the 1990s
7/14/08 Yellowstone Lake, WY (art by Kris Parins)
7/14/08 Yellowstone National Park (by Melanie)
7/14/08 Rafting the Gallatin (by twoinatent)
7/14/08 The prowess of the painter in a hunter's paradise (by Edward Rothstein The New York Times)--a review of the National Museum of Wildlife Art
7/13/08 Mount Washburn (by Beth Pratt)
7/13/08 Yellowstone National Park (by Don & Anne Rothfuss)
7/13/08 Summertime: What national parks are on your "must have" list? (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
7/13/08 The adventure: June 27: Yellowstone: The grand finale (by rosecomb24)
7/13/08 Losing my virginity (by Eve)
7/12/08 Yellowstone: Ursophile paradise (by Beth Pratt)
7/12/08 Solutions needed now to control wildlife disease (by Hugo Tureck, Montana Wildlife Federation, in Billings Gazettte)
7/12/08 Two-part post: First, something about the road through Gibbon River Canyon (by Janet Chapple)--good information about what's happening there
7/12/08 The road north (by Jeff Wilson)
7/12/08 Trail journal: Norris & Back Geyser Basins (by Sarah G.)--not quite parallel construction in title; Back is part of Norris--Porcelain Basin is another section of Norris
7/11/08 An elk is born in Yellowstone (by Ecobirder)
7/11/08 Getting back to business (by Bill and Cap)--I really like Rescue Creek Trail; we're thinking of hiking it again
7/11/08 Pedaling through Yellowstone 7/10/08 (by Becca & Andy)--I agree that that stretch from Tower Junction to Mammoth is surprisingly difficult to ride
7/11/08 day 2. yellowstone. (by Davina)
7/11/08 Feds have duty to help pay for wolf kills (by Casper Star-Tribune)--yet another editorial from this paper I don't agree with
7/11/08 Parks not a natural habitat for guns (by Joe Connelly Seattle Post-Intelligencer)
7/10/08 Out of the wilderness: People are shunning the great outdoors: Blame conservationists, not video games (by The Economist)
7/10/08 Bring back the bison (by Elements of Tao)
7/10/08 Can you scapegoat a bison? (by Josh Mogerman, Natural Resources Defense Council)
7/10/08 Fortunately, western governors understand wildlife (by Michael Scott, Greater Yellowstone Coalition, in Great Falls Tribune)
7/10/08 Old Faithful, not so faithful anymore? (by Jason A. Hendricks)
7/10/08 Bison, bears and elk, oh my!!!! (by Loki in Lalaland)
7/10/08 Democrats at Yellowstone? (by Dad)--from Charlotte no less?
7/9/08 7/9/08 Where do we start? (by Bob and Snookie)
7/9/08 Getting away from it all in Montana (by Kevin Strehle Northwest Backroads)
7/9/08 Yellowstone: Epilogue (by Smo)
7/9/08 Rainbow Family should follow federal rules (by Casper Star-Tribune)
7/9/08 Environmental news and a rant (by Charles B.)
7/9/08 Stir crazy in Yellowstone (by pema)--might have happened anywhere, but it didn't ... yuck
7/9/08 Entertaining the kids with these surefire Yellowstone treats (by Yellowstone Insider)
7/8/08 Yellowstone (by The Rider--"Brian")
7/8/08 Greetings from Yellowstone, Parrotheads! (by Crime Dog)
7/8/08 Howling in Yellowstone (by Jenna Kinghorn)
7/8/08 Close encounters of the Yellowstone kind (by Scott and Kelly)
7/8/08 Diversity belongs within our parks (by The Sentinel--PA)
7/7/08 Andy (by Beth Pratt)
7/7/08 Focus on elk as disease persists near Yellowstone (by Buffaloed Buffalo Field Campaign Blog)
7/7/08 Should Yellowstone National Park's elk herds be culled to fight brucellosis? (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
7/7/08 Yellowstone National Park--hiker friendly? (by feralhiker)
7/7/08 Noisy national parks (by Ted Alvarez Backpacker Magazine)
7/7/08 Yellowstone (part one) (by Jonathan Truax)--look for "Wedding Cake" (aka Rustic) Falls; not often cited as one's favorite in Yellowstone, but pretty neat
7/7/08 July 2nd - 4th Yellowstone National Park (by Peter Windlin)
7/7/08 Crazy alert: U.S. to consider slaughtering Yellowstone elk so non-native cows don't get a rare illness (by Mike)
7/7/08 Brucellosis hysteria (by Mohawk Chieftain)
7/7/08 Brucellosis outbreak could result in culling of Yellowstone elks (by Atifa Deshamukhya TheMedGuru)--the AP story by Matthew Brown is viral across the net; a case is this paraphrased analysis by this writer in India
7/6/08 Yellowstone grizzly bears vs. Stephen Colbert! (by Beth Pratt)--Stephen Colbert; watch out, I'm coming after your Peabody! And, be sure to read this.
7/6/08 Yellowstone big horned sheep (by Ecobirder)
7/6/08 Brucellosis management has utterly failed (by Robert Hoskins in Billings Gazette)
7/6/08 Island Park Scout Camp and Shoshone Lake (by Andy)--can relate to the mosquitoes on Shoshone Lake; they nearly killed me in 1996--I counted several hundred bites from a couple hours out; lots of swelling
7/6/08 Early summer observations (by Janet Chapple)
7/6/08 Le grand adventure--Yellowstone National Park! (by Kate the Great)--"yay"
7/6/08 Yellowstone 2008 (by Kim W. Justesen)
7/6/08 Ya gotta love Yellowstone! (by Cindy)
7/6/08 Day eight: Buffalo Bill, Yogi Bear, and Bambi, Oh my! (by Jessa)--not the first to use the mythology in their blog titles this way, oh my
7/6/08 Will the Superintendent's Summit chart the path for the National Park Service's next chapter? (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
7/5/08 Perfect storms (by Beth Pratt)
7/5/08 Adventures in Yellowstone (by annaskates)
7/5/08 Yellowstone National Park (by Alice)--Yellowstone is least favorite
7/5/08 Yellowstone's Thorofare region: The wildest slice of the Wild West (by Andrew Dean Nystrom)
7/4/08 Yellowstone vacation--day 14 (part 2), June 11 (by Janet White)
7/4/08 Do you care about energy exploration near our national parks? (by Kurt Repanshek National Parks Traveler)
7/4/08 I thought we were in Yellowstone (by gchastain)
7/4/08 Yellowstone, C.C. Sabathia, Brian Windhorst and ... yes ... Yellowstone (by Pat McManamon Akron Beacon Journal)--finally several of my interests merge at once! C.C. Sabathia and Yellowstone!
7/4/08 Yellowstone--days 9 and 10 (by Blue Onion Software)
7/3/08 Exit letter ... (by Captain Jim and the Blonde (aka Jim and Joan Bathurst))--and a July 8 follow up here
7/3/08 Staying in Yellowstone (by Karen Ivy)
7/3/08 Camping and Yellowstone (by The Thomases)
7/3/08 Yellowstone makes for a great vacation (by L. Woodrow Ross Independent Mail--SC)
7/3/08 Yellowstone Rosie and cubs (by Ecobirder)
7/3/08 Yellowstone bison (art by Tim)
7/3/08 'Let's work together' on comprehensive brucellosis plan (by Dennis McDonald in The Prairie Star--MT)
7/3/08 MFB concerned about financial burden on producers with loss of brucellosis status (by Dave McClure, Montana Farm Bureau, in The Prairie Star--MT)
7/3/08 'Split-state' could have been in place if everyone had been on board (by Brett DeBrucycker in The Prairie Star--MT)
7/3/08 Overnight in Jackson (by Laura Lee)
7/3/08 Yellowstone update (by Jim Browning)
7/2/08 I quit!!!! (by Captain Jim and the Blonde (aka Jim and Joan Bathurst))--apparently over this entry--Xanterra, what are you guys thinking?
7/2/08 The legend of the Yellowstone stage (poem by Paul Kern)
7/2/08 Back from Yellowstone--and what a place it is (by Pat McManamon Akron Beacon Journal)--Pat is a sport writer I've read for years, who covers the Cleveland Browns; glad it changed his life--it changed this Ohio boy's as well
7/2/08 Trip report: Yellowstone National Park--June 5-8, 2008 (by Nate)
7/2/08 Amazing Yellowstone (by Tessa Hill)
7/2/08 Montana: Yellowstone + "a canoe trip" (by Miss Kim)
7/2/08 Always expect the unexpected (by slave driver)
7/2/08 Laramie to Yellowstone (by Branden)
7/2/08 Buffalo and cow (by Julie Lehman, posted by Buffalo Allies of Bozeman)--just as an update aside; the event on advocacy for buffalo we hosted yesterday in Bozeman brought a diverse group of interests to the table; at the very least, it was that and provided fruitful discussion and some actionable items
7/2/08 When fires burn, wear your boots (by Scott McMillion Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
7/2/08 Road trip diary, days 3-5: In and around Yellowstone (by Florinda)
7/2/08 Yellowstone vacation--day 14, part 1 (June 11) (by Janet White)
7/1/08 A 'site' to behold--Yellowstone's Tetons (by Bill Seaton)
7/1/08 Yellowstone (by Jenny)--some information about wolf watching culture
7/1/08 Persistence personified: The bison of Yellowstone (by Jenna Kinghorn)
7/1/08 Wyoming adventure (day 2--kayaking in Yellowstone) (by Cassie)
7/1/08 Yellowstone badger (by Ecobirder)--I'll say it again, all the pages here are worth looking at; there are some incredible and unusual shots of all kinds of animals in Yellowstone
7/1/08 Old Faithful Inn (by Jeremy Sparks)
7/1/08 Wow (by Michael)
7/1/08 Wow! (by Liz)
7/1/08 Yellowstone, episode two, in which your faithful blogger and her equally faithful spouse view a really great geyser! (by Roberta Rood)
7/1/08 LeHardys Rapids and Trout Lake--the struggle to reproduce (by Yellowstone Insider)
7/1/08 Yellowstone Park (by Jen in Budapest)

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