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West Yellowstone fall photo fest seeks entries

Shorter days and morning frost are all signs of fall, which also means it is time for the Yellowstone Fall Photo Festival. This event, now in its 12th year, allows photographers to share some of their favorite photos taken in the greater Yellowstone area with other photographers and with the public. The festival will be held at the West Yellowstone Visitor Information Center on Wednesday, September 17 at 7:00 p.m. Continue Reading →

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Pre-ban drone videos offer aerial views of Yellowstone, Grand Teton

Though it is against Yellowstone National Park regulations to shoot videos using a drone, their use was not specifically prohibited until this summer. A handful of videos posted to YouTube offer a glimpse of why camera drones are so popular with professional photographers and casual visitors. Continue Reading →

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Photo Gallery: Hells Angels 2006 World Run in Cody

A Hells Angels motorcycle club member from Austria and one from Germany watch a mock gunfight at the Irma Hotel in Cody, Wyo. during the group's 2006 World Run this week.

In 2006, an estimated 1,300 Hells Angels motorcycle club members and their associates gathered in Cody, Wyo. for the group's World Run. Cody Police Chief Perry Rockvam said he has been informed by federal officials that the group is planning to return to Cody this summer for its U.S. run, which could draw approximately 600 bikers from the group. Continue Reading →

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Students learn wilderness first aid at boundary of Yellowstone

Participants in a wilderness first aid course held earlier this month in Gardiner, Mont. take turns as patients and rescuers while simulating a variety of scenarios.

Visitors to Yellowstone National Park's north entrance earlier this month may have wondered what disaster had struck the small town of Gardiner, Mont. But the "patients" and "rescuers" scattered around the Yellowstone Association building just outside Roosevelt Arch were all part of a 2-day wilderness first aid course being offered by the Wilderness Medicine Institute, part of the National Outdoor Leadership School. Continue Reading →

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A ‘Primoridial’ look at Yellowstone and Grand Teton

Filmmaker Charley Voorhis spent three days in Yellowstone National Park and five days in Grand Teton National Park capturing images of wildlife, scenery and weather to create "Primordial," a captivating 7-minute video that offers an intimate and gorgeous portrait of the parks. While in Yellowstone, Voorhis, spent most of his time "trying to dry off after countless storms would roll in and swallow the caldera, then roll out and give me sunshine with dark clouds looming on the horizon," he writes on his blog. Continue Reading →

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Video captures Grand Teton showdown between grizzly, wolf pack

A video shot on the north end of Jackson Lake in Grand Teton National Park captures a compelling showdown between a grizzly bear and a pack of wolves.

Grizzly bears are formidable predators, and even accomplished hunters like gray wolves will steer clear of them in normal circumstances. But wolves sometimes cooperate in large numbers, so it's possible that a few of them could cause trouble for a single bear. By Jason Ryan's count, 11 wolves are more than enough. That's how many wolves he saw Monday during a hike at Jackson Lake, when a grizzly bear wandered onto the scene. Continue Reading →

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10 stunning Wyoming high school student photos of Yellowstone and Grand Teton

An overcast sky creates dramatic lighting along a steaming river in Yellowstone National Park. Dylan Rorabaugh Natrona County High School

Images from Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks are featured prominently among the winners of a photo contest that highlights work by high school students from across Wyoming. The Nature Conservancy of Wyoming's 5th annual “I Believe in Conservation” photography contest provides a showcase for students from Natrona County High School in Casper, Cheyenne High School and Cody High School. Continue Reading →

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