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Dan Stahler selected as leader of Yellowstone National Park’s Wolf Project

CASPER, Wyo. — Dan Stahler has been selected as the new leader of Yellowstone National Park’s Wolf Project. A 21-year veteran of the National Park Service, Stahler succeeds Doug Smith, who retired at the end of December 2022, according to a news release by Yellowstone National Park. “Dan is a proven leader with the scientific experience, […]

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NPS asks for public comment on Environmental Impact Statement for bison management at Yellowstone

CASPER, Wyo. — The National Park Service is exploring different ways of managing bison populations at Yellowstone National Park by releasing a draft Environmental Impact Statement for a Bison Management Plan. This plan, outlined in the draft EIS, encompasses a diverse range of actions to manage bison within the park while considering various ecological and […]

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Yellowstone National Park works to remove nonnative fish

MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS, Wyo. — Yellowstone National Park, in coordination with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks and Custer Gallatin National Forest, will resume the Soda Butte Creek Native Fish Restoration Project near the Northeast Entrance Aug. 14–18 to remove newly discovered nonnative brook trout. The fish restoration project concluded in 2016 after nonnative brook trout were completely […]