Select Yellowstone roads and services open April 19

Beginning at 8 a.m. Friday, April 19, 2019, select roads and services in Yellowstone National Park will open for the season, weather permitting. To celebrate National Park Week, entrance fees will be waived on Saturday, April 20, 2019. https://www.nps.gov/yell/learn/news/select-yellowstone-roads-and-services-open-april-19.htm Read more here:: Yellowstone National Park NEWS

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Golden eagle dies from lead poisoning Yellowstone’s first golden eagle marked with a transmitter

A golden eagle was found dead on December 6, 2018, near Phantom Lake in the northern section of Yellowstone National Park. A recent lab necropsy indicated the cause of death was lead poisoning. Levels found in the golden eagle were extremely high and well over lethal toxicity. https://www.nps.gov/yell/learn/news/19010.htm Read more here:: Yellowstone National Park NEWS

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Golden eagle dies from lead poisoning Yellowstone’s first golden eagle marked with a transmitter

A golden eagle was found dead on December 6, 2018, near Phantom Lake in the northern section of Yellowstone National Park. A recent lab necropsy indicated the cause of death was lead poisoning. Levels found in the golden eagle were extremely high and well over lethal toxicity. https://www.nps.gov/yell/learn/news/golden-eagle-dies-from-lead-poisoning-yellowstone-s-first-golden-eagle-marked-with-a-transmitter.htm Read more here:: Yellowstone National Park NEWS

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2019 late winter survey of northern Yellowstone elk

Elk numbers in Yellowstone National Park’s northern herd are fewer compared to last year, however the population remains above the 10-year average and other recent counts. Low calf survival will likely impact the population over the next two years, according to a population survey conducted last month. https://www.nps.gov/yell/learn/news/2019-late-winter-survey-of-northern-yellowstone-elk.htm Read more here:: Yellowstone National Park NEWS

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First bear sighting of 2019 in Yellowstone National Park; Protect yourself and protect bears

The first grizzly bear sighting of 2019 occurred in Yellowstone National Park just days ago. On Friday, March 8, visitors observed a large grizzly bear between Canyon Village and Fishing Bridge. Additionally, grizzly tracks were reported between Mammoth Hot Springs and Norris Junction on Monday, March 11. https://www.nps.gov/yell/learn/news/19008.htm Read more here:: Yellowstone National Park NEWS

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