A crowd of people at Artist Point lends a sense of scale to the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.
A crowd of people at Artist Point lends a sense of scale
Angelina Horalek Wright
Amy Porter McGuire
Teresa Skaggs
Elephanthead (Pedicularis groenlandica) is blooming now in the wet meadows of the Lower Geyser Basin. If you look closely at the flowers (inset) you'll see how it got it's name.
Elephanthead Pedicularis groenlandica is blooming now in the wet meadows of the
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Shauna Naous
Christine Hughes
One view, three landforms: Bunsen Peak (an igneous intrusion) looms behind Mammoth Hot Springs (white travertine deposits on the right) and Capitol Hill (the grassy "kame" on the left deposited by retreating glaciers).
One view three landforms Bunsen Peak an igneous intrusion looms behind Mammoth
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Marianne Klepich-Restel
Rish Chowdhary
The 2016 Wolf Project Annual Report is now available. Learn more about Wolf 911M, former alpha male of the Junction Butte Pack, and the latest scientific findings about wolves in the park. A special thanks to Yellowstone Forever (Yellowstone.org) for providing funding to the Wolf Program since 1996.
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Brad Wender
Henry Schermbeck Sr.
Sara Summers
"A bear doesn't care if you're making dinner in the Tower Campground." Brush up on your bear safety at [ Go.nps.gov Link ].
A bear doesnt care if youre making dinner in the Tower Campground
Josh Olson
Nick LeTang
Candyce Eney Kepler
Summer has officially arrived and it came in with a bang! Happy #SummerSolstice2017!
Summer has officially arrived and it came in with a bang Happy SummerSolstice2017
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Taylor Utti
Kathleen Milkowich Roosa
If you are a fan of webcams, here is a new webcam hosted by Yellowstone Volcano Observatory with a great view of Yellowstone Lake!
If you are a fan of webcams here is a new webcam
Chris Routledge
Brian J. Bernard
Karen Talamantez
Signs of summer: the solstice is upon us and bison have nearly shed their winter coats.
Signs of summer: the solstice is upon us and bison have nearly shed their winter coats
Ejel Stonesifer
Hünkar Üstüner
Kathy Skalski Hark
Yellowstone seeks comments on an environmental assessment about the impacts associated with the proposed construction and operation of a National Ecological Observatory Network site in the park (image displays proposed locations). Details at [ Go.nps.gov Link ].
Yellowstone seeks comments on an environmental assessment about the impacts asso
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Kathy Seeley
Scott E. Tubbs
P.j. Killough
Happy Father’s Day! There’s nothing better than sharing a special moment with dad on your public lands. Rick Scalf and his dad were photographing sunrise at Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado when a rainbow started to appear. “We began shooting the scene in true amazement as this complete rainbow unfolded before our eyes.” Photo by Rick Scalf (.
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Tim Forsyth
Eric Smith
Rich Fisher
In a recent hike along the Rescue Creek Trail we saw over 25 species of blooming wildflowers. What flowers have you been seeing lately? Post your photos below!
In a recent hike along the Rescue Creek Trail we saw over
Judy Bartle
Sandy Giafski Beall
Dotti Urbas Walker
Looking to get out on the trail or into the backcountry this weekend? Check out our backcountry situation report for current trail conditions. Don't forget to hike in groups, make noise, and carry bear spray!

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Looking to get out on the trail or into the backcountry this
Bette Lou Wilson LaVigne
Kathy Luning Markham
Adam Stosak
Join us to make friends, take photos, watch wildlife, and meet Yellowstone National Park and Yellowstone Forever photographers during the sunset in Lamar Valley. All ages, levels of experience, and cameras are welcome!
Join us to make friends take photos watch wildlife and meet Yellowstone

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Steffi Efpunkt
Kayla Wills
JP Weaver
Yellowstone experiences thousands of earthquakes every year: sometimes in swarms of hundreds over days or weeks. These earthquakes help maintain geysers by keeping the “plumbing” system open. Most quakes are too small to be felt, but last night a magnitude 4.5 shook the ground near the park's West Entrance. Did you feel it?
Yellowstone experiences thousands of earthquakes every year sometimes in swarms
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Anita Magorrian
Kayak guide dies attempting to rescue client in Yellowstone Lake: full story at [ Go.nps.gov Link ].
Kayak guide dies attempting to rescue client in Yellowstone Lake: full story at
Dan Guay
Mardi Russ
Ted Moore
Last night a man was severely burned when he fell into a hot spring in the Lower Geyser Basin off of Fountain Flat Drive. Details at [ Go.nps.gov Link ].
Last night a man was severely burned when he fell into a
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Brian Charles
Jeff Womack
Today we celebrate Flag Day and the foundation of the U.S. Army. Before the National Park Service was established, the U.S. Army took charge of Yellowstone. The Army strengthened, posted, and enforced regulations in the park. Fort Yellowstone is no longer an active military post, but the buildings that remain are a daily reminder of the impact that the U.S. Army had on the preservation of the...
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Michelle Chambless
Jim Gramann
Jane Tiseo
A few photos from Memorial Day weekend tell the story: last May was the second busiest on record. Details at [ Go.nps.gov Link ].
A few photos from Memorial Day weekend tell the story last May
Jessica Ditch
Derek Harmening
Barbara Moritsch
Due to above average snowfall, Lewis Lake Campground will not open as scheduled this week. Compare these pics and you'll see how snow continues to bury the registration board!
Due to above average snowfall Lewis Lake Campground will not open as
Nancy Spears Evans Savory
Darcy Barraclough Porter
Sierra Lynn Hayes