In this video series, rangers provide advice for planning your visit to Yellowstone.
When you visit Yellowstone, you see Park Rangers from time to time and can ask them questions about the features and processes in the park. We decided our online visitors deserved a similar opportunity so we created these short videos to give you an online roving ranger experience.
This video series offers the opportunity to join a park ranger on a walk through the most popular locations Yellowstone has to offer.
"Telemetry" refers to the wireless transmission of information, often via radio waves, from one location to another. Our public radio-style podcast helps transmit some of Yellowstone's scientific investigations to listeners, wherever they are. Go on a sound safari in the world's first national park with surprising stories that highlight science and issues in the region.
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Parks' Fly Shop is located in Gardiner, Montana, at the north entrance to Yellowstone National Park. This podcast primarily features timely fishing tips and fishing reports for the Yellowstone region, but will also include fishing reports from more distant locations, fly tying tips, general fly fishing tips, and conservation news and issues. If you'd like to see a certain topic covered, please contact us.
Bison have lived on the Yellowstone landscape for millennia, but the history of bison conservation has been fraught with challenges. In 2019, federal, state, and tribal partners came together to make history: charting a new path for this American icon and assuring a place for wild bison on the broader landscape.…
One family's dramatic encounter with a grizzly bear. Listener discretion is advised.Jennifer Jerrett による
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Julana Dizon, Thelma Mbaezue and Phil Svitek discuss season 1 part 2 of Yellowstone! Comment your thoughts below! Ranching ain't easy, but discussing Yellowstone is! Think Sopranos meets Ranchers and you'll have a good idea of the epicness of this show. As we watch John Dutton take on all the corrupt politicians, corporations, and even friends who …
Join our hosts Julana and Thelmy as they breakdown the dynamics of the family relationships in Yellowstone Season 1! Kayce and Monica, John and his kids, and the ranch hand brotherships… which one is your favorite?! Ranching ain't easy, but discussing Yellowstone is! Think Sopranos meets Ranchers and you'll have a good idea of the epicness of this …
oin our hosts Julana Dizon and Thelma Mbaezue-Daniel as they discuss the Season Finale of Yellowstone! John Dutton’s life is falling apart, Jamie stumbles into a potentially career ending predicament, and Kayce returns to the Ranch at the same time as a mysterious newcomer. Ranching ain't easy, but discussing Yellowstone is! Think Sopranos meets Ra…
People travel from all over the world to see Yellowstone's famous geysers, colorful hot springs, burbling mud pots, and hissing fumaroles. The force that drives these amazing thermal features--a giant volcano--lies below much of the park. In this episode, we talk with scientists who monitor the volcano about misconceptions surrounding Yellowstone's…
Wolf researcher Kira Cassidy likes to say that when Rudyard Kipling wrote The Jungle Book in 1894 and included the famous line "For the strength of the Wolf is the Pack and the strength of the Pack is the Wolf," he would have had no idea that over a century later, scientific research would back up his poetic phrase. In this episode, Kira takes us i…
On August 8, 2016, a lightning strike ignited a small fire on the edge of Yellowstone National Park near the community of West Yellowstone. Most fires in the park never burn more than about a quarter-acre, but the Maple Fire would go on to burn over 45,000. It was the largest fire in the park since the historic fires of 1988.…
Last January, one of Yellowstone's marked mountain lions went missing. Scientists traveled deep into the park to investigate. And that journey? It wasn't as straightforward as they thought it would be.Jennifer Jerrett による
Back in 1870, a member of the Washburn Expedition wrote in his diary about the Yellowstone cutthroat trout: "Two men could catch them faster than half a dozen could clean and get them ready for the frying pan." Since then things have become a lot more complicated. For this episode, a story of native fish conservation and what it takes to restore an…
What do scientists do when they're racing to understand what's happening to one of the smallest and most isolated common loon populations in North America? Whatever it takes. Get ready because this story might change the way you think about birders forever.Jennifer Jerrett による
This video takes online visitors on a tour of the Upper Loop Road to features such as hot spring terraces, panoramic overlooks, geyser basins, waterfalls, and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.
No matter how you like to learn about the places you visit, Yellowstone has you covered. This video tells you about the many different ways you can learn about the park.
Winter, Spring, Summer, or Fall each of these seasons have much to offer a Yellowstone visitor. To avoid surprises when you arrive watch this video to learn a little about visiting in each season.
You can eat in a fancy restaurant, get fast food at a grill, or buy sandwich-makings at a general store to enjoy in a picnic area. The possibilities for meals in Yellowstone are numerous.
There are over 2,000 rooms available in Yellowstone's hotels, cabins, and lodges. This video provides details about lodging in the park.
If you're planning to fish while in Yellowstone, this video will provide you with the information you need to plan your fishing outing.
If you're interested in camping, Yellowstone is the place to go. We have 12 campgounds and well over 2,000 campsites, and that's not even mentioning the backcountry sites.
This season we've been blessed/cursed with a very heavy snowpack and a wet, cool spring. This is going to result in an extended season for some of the waters in the western part of YNP, a late start for waters at the north end of the park and beyond the north boundary, and much more consistent conditions than usual from mid-August onward on these n…
This year we expect a protracted, heavy runoff on the Yellowstone River. During years with such conditions, the river typically becomes fishable at a higher than usual level and requires changes in flies and tactics, but produces some big, aggressive fish.
In this podcast, Walter discusses the fishing opportunities available on the Yellowstone River and Paradise Valley spring creeks from late March through mid-April, probably the most underrated time of year to fish the region.
In this podcast Walter discusses the timing and location of Salmonfly hatches in Yellowstone Park and on the Yellowstone River. The podcast then recycles an audio file we made last summer about top tactics and techniques for fishing the Salmonfly hatch.
Parks' Fly Shop is located in Gardiner, Montana, at the North Entrance to Yellowstone Park. We plan to produce podcasts every couple weeks to provide fishing tips, information on fishing conditions, fishing forecasts, etc.
If you're planning to take a canoe or boat trip on a lake be sure to watch this video. While the dangers of Yellowstone's thermal features are well known, few people realize that more visitors have died from cold water than have died from hot.
Whether you're planning a short walk or an extended day hike in Yellowstone, you can get loads of great advice from this orienation video.
This orientation video provides the basic rules for traveling pets in Yellowstone. If the rules are followed, they too can have a safe and enjoyable visit.
If your kids, or someone else's kids, will be joining you on your trip to Yellowstone, you may find this orientation video especially helpful.
Hiking and backpacking can be very enjoyable and it can be very dangerous. This video provides information that will help you enhance the enjoyability and minimize the dangers associated with your outing.
If you're planning to bring a bicycle to Yellowstone, or rent one while you're here, this video will provide you with the basic information you need to know.
The artist that shaped this American treasure continues to work on this unique place today.
Visiting this frozen landscape is worth the planning and effort it takes to get here.
Visitors traveling to and from the West Entrance are rewarded with some of the most beautiful scenery in the country.
The wolverine is an elusive and fascinating animal you may never see.
Fall and spring seem to be the most dangerous seasons because people are not as prepared.
Learning what foods are available at certain times of the year can help you avoid confrontations.
As the climate warms the tree-line moves higher and the Yellowstone region is left with less alpine tundra.
By looking at what we carry, you can develop your own emergency kit.
The Upper Geyser Basin boasts more geysers than any other place on earth. In fact, it has more geysers than all the rest of the world combined. That is why it is Ranger Orville's favorite place on earth. In his 36-year tenure as a seasonal park ranger he has become one of the lucky few who know this geyser basin like the backs of their hands. For m…
Meet Park Ranger Kelli English and learn, in her own words, why Yellowstone is one of her favorite places.
Most of the park is closed to wheeled vehicles in the winter. Mammoth is one of the areas that remains open. It offers fascinating views of hot spring terraces year around.
The water in Appolinaris Spring reminded early visitors of the taste of the water from a popular, naturally carbonated, spring in Germany. Our spring was named for the German, Apollinaris Spring.
The Snowlodge is the newest lodge in Yellowstone. This warm, inviting, timber-frame structure opened in 1999.
A bay of Yellowstone Lake and the marina located there were named due to their proximity to the natural bridge. They hold the names Bridge Bay and Bridge Bay Marina.
This ancient lakebed is now a huge valley that, each summer, hosts the largest bison rut in the world.
Does Old Faithful erupt as predicted when the temperature is 40 below zero (F)? Do droughts or heavy rains effect geysers? This video provides some of the answers.
Ranger George provides a information about this largest land mammal in North America. Bison are not only icons that represents the National Park Service but they are also an American icon.
The small grey birds called Dippers got their names from their behavior of dipping their bodies repeatedly before diving into the cold waters of Yellowstone's streams. While submerged they locate insect larvae, fish eggs, and other tidbits that serve as staples in their diet.
With over 2000 campsites, camping opportunities abound for Yellowstone visitors. There are sites for tent campers as well as those driving recreational vehicles. One of our campgrounds, Fishing Bridge RV Park, even offers hookups.