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Mark Davis

Little known research center holds the secrets of rare park life

Those seeking to see a living specimen of Yellowstone National Park’s most rare species, Yellowstone sand verbena, are sworn to secrecy. Its location is closely guarded, and those who visit are asked not to discuss its exact whereabouts.

The recent phenomena of hive collapse disease and the education about pollinators that followed is paying off in sweet dividends.

When a 1-ton bull bison met a vehicle on U.S. Highway 14/16/20 in the Wapiti area on Sunday, the results were somewhat different than usual.

The problem with counting butterflies is, you have to catch them first — no easy feat.

Lars Schultze, a turkey farmer from the small village of Dambeck, Germany, was having a bad week until a Powell family came to his rescue.

Controversial finish caps popular derby

The grandstands filled with various sounds of displeasure on Saturday when the Park County Fair’s Demolition Derby ended with a driver being called out by officials.

Doug and ’Genie McMullan grew up as city kids, but after seeing a 300-acre home site near Deaver Reservoir, they didn’t hesitate to make an offer.

Researchers wrap up work in Natural Trap Cave

The final specimens have been removed and the huge iron gate on Wyoming’s nationally renowned Natural Trap Cave will be securely locked on Saturday — possibly for decades.

As summer heats up, the Northeast Entrance of Yellowstone National Park echoes with the sound of chainsaws chewing through wood. After 100 square miles of the park burned last year — the most since 1988 — the Wildland Fire Management Program team has kicked into high gear, preparing for the inevitable.

Herder and goats helping state fight invasive weeds

Out in the heat, amongst rattlesnakes and more skeeters than most people can stand, a Peruvian man named Elvis and his constant companion, a Welsh collie named Pepsi, tend to 450 nannies and their kids.

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