The “Bear-muda” Triangle of Yellowstone
Written by: Kelly Burns, May 24th, 2018
Located around Tower Junction, the “Bear-muda” Triangle of Yellowstone is an area known for bear activity (grizzly bears and, more commonly, black bears). This is one of the few areas in the United States where black bears coexist with grizzly bears. If you work in Yellowstone, it also could be one of the areas on your work commute!
Essential Bear Safety in Yellowstone National Park, WY
Written by: Yellowstone Hot Spot, July 28th, 2016
It is critical that you to carry bear spray (and know how to use it!) if you’re exploring beyond the developed areas.
Bison and Wolves and Bears, Oh My!
Written by: Diana Lambdin Meyer, March 25th, 2016
Five animal species that have benefited from conservation efforts at Yellowstone.
Meet Yellowstone’s Spring Babies [Infographic]
Written by: Yellowstone Hot Spot, March 08th, 2016
Spring is a busy time in Yellowstone National Park. The snow is melting, the grass is greening, and any day now we'll start to spot the spring babies of Yellowstone.