BILLINGS - Sometimes when you're snapping pictures you just get lucky.
Of course, getting lucky snapping a picture in Yellowstone Park is something different entirely.
Yellowstone National Park wolf project leader Doug Smith snapped this photo last Friday, while tracking some of the park's wolf packs from the... more »
A Massachusetts man was gored by a bull bison in Yellowstone National Park this past weekend.
The man in his mid-50s was not taunting the animal but did let the bull approach him within a few feet where he was sitting and did not move, according to a news... more »
Hazing bison from West Yellowstone back into Yellowstone National Park could disrupt travel along the park's west entrance road, the park said in a news release Wednesday.
Bison that roam outside the park during the winter are being moved back inside park boundaries this week under the Interagency Bison... more »
More than 600 bison are being held at two facilities north of Yellowstone National Park.
The bison wandered out of the park in search of food, as an exceptionally snowy winter made finding food difficult within the parks boundaries. Park spokesman Al Nash says it is the park's hope... more »
For the first time in decades, bison are roaming public lands just outside of Yellowstone National Park.
In Gardiner this morning, state and federal agencies took the first steps toward a new way to manage the Yellowstone bison herd.
Twenty five bison were released from Yellowstone National Park... more »
A group of bison is being released onto an area from the northern boundary of Yellowstone National Park to Yankee Jim Canyon today.
This test group of 25 is monitored and tagged to determine how they use the landscape with the hope that more bison can access the area... more »
BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - An effort to divert some Yellowstone National Park bison from government-sponsored slaughter is in limbo after the program's permit expired and criticism emerged over moving some of the animals onto Ted Turner's private ranch.
Since 2005, about 200 bison that would otherwise have been captured... more »