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Wolves help preserve berries for imperiled Yellowstone bears: study

SALMON, Idaho (Reuters) - The return of wolves to Yellowstone National Park may be helping imperiled grizzly bears to survive by keeping elk herds on the move and preventing them from destroying berries that are a staple food for grizzlies, according to a new study.Full story

Spanish Peaks resort sale closes

The Boston-based owner of Montana's exclusive Yellowstone Club has completed its purchase of the nearby Spanish Peaks resort north of Yellowstone National Park. Full story

NPS approves 100-foot cell tower in Yellowstone

The National Park Service has decided that Verizon Wireless can build a 100-foot tall cell tower near Fishing Bridge in Yellowstone National Park. Full story

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Budget cuts force Yellowstone to delay opening

Yellowstone in compromise plan over park snowmobile traffic

Yellowstone supervolcano's lava mystery

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Baby Bison Born Via Embryo Transfer May Boost Species Recovery

Bears not attracted to menstruating women

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  Beyond Old Faithful: Tom Brokaw’s Yellowstone

In honor of Independence Day, lifelong Yellowstone visitor Tom Brokaw shares some of the natural wonders and beauty that can be found inside America’s first national park.

  American grizzlies find rare home in Yellowstone

TODAY’s Willie Geist takes a trip inside Yellowstone National Park in search of the elusive grizzly bear, in one of their last homes south of the Canadian border.

  Why oil companies shouldn’t sponsor our national parks

One Fox News pundit has no problem with the idea of Yellowstone National Park sponsored by ExxonMobil or another oil company, but Rev. Sharpton knows it’s a bad idea.

  Caught on camera: Kids escape bison attack

Amateur video shot in Yellowstone National Park shows a bison charging toward a group of tourists and chasing a young boy around a fallen tree. Luckily, no one was hurt. TODAY’s Natalie Morales reports.

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A wolf walks with a set of elk legs in the Hayden Valley after killing and eating it in Yellowstone National Park
A wolf walks with a set of elk legs in the Hayden Valley after killing and eating it in Yellowstone National Park

A wolf walks with a set of elk legs in the Hayden Valley after killing and eating it in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, in this June 20, 2011 file photo. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart/Files

Yellowstone National Park fire
Yellowstone National Park fire

**FILE** A forest fire blazes out of control less than two miles from West Yellowstone in Yellowstone National Park, Mont., Friday, Sept. 2, 1988. There's been a growing number of large western wildfires in recent years, and researchers say it may be a result of global warming. In research supported

This May 30, 2013 photograph provided by Wolves of the Rockies shows a grizzly bear at Mary Bay along Yellowstone Lake in Yellowstone National Park. A new study says flaws in how the government measures Yellowstone's grizzly population raise questions about whether the animals have recovered suffici