Yellowstone National Park News
Bison block Wyoming highway
A mama bison and her baby caused a massive traffic jam as they ambled slowly down a Yellowstone National Park highway.
Yellowstone Park vehicle traffic nearing capacity
Sometime within the next four to six years, Yellowstone National Park is expected to reach its capacity for being able to handle all the vehicles that tourists drive through the park every year to see its sights.
'Wonderlandscape' tells story of Yellowstone National Park
Book Review: Author John Clayton examines key moments in the history of Yellowstone National Park in "Wonderlandscape."
Oregon hiker receives warning -- not criminal citation -- for taking 'malnourished' bear cub to wildlife center
An Oregon man who discovered a bear cub in distress on a hiking trail Monday night will receive a warning -- not a criminal citation -- after he took the animal to a wildlife center, Oregon State Police announced Wednesday. It is illegal in Oregon to capture or keep wildlife in captivity. If
Conflict between wolves and ranchers touches issues of conservationism and Native American rights
A series of legislation and proposed legislation in Western states has advocates of wolf conservation concerned for the future of the animal as well as the country's respect for Native American rights, according to an advocate who spoke to ABC News. "Wolves are our sacred animals," said Roger
This Belly-Sliding River Otter Will Make Your Day
The otter cub was captured sliding in the snow in Yellowstone National Park.
Inside the National Geographic Instagram Exhibit
ABC News' Ali Dukakis tkes us inside the National Geographic Instagram Exhibit in Washington, D.C.
Family Spends Freezing Night in Car After GPS Directions Leave Them Stranded
A family traveling to California found themselves stuck on an unplowed, snow-covered road after following the fastest route on their GPS navigation system. Ron Sanquist and Karen Bonell-Sanquist, their 9-year-old daughter and the family dog were en route from Oregon when they say their GPS system
Man Likely 'Dissolved' After Falling Into Yellowstone Hot Spring, Report Says
A man who died at Yellowstone National Park in June likely "dissolved" in the "superheated, acidic mud pot" after falling into a hot spring, according to an incident report released by the National Park Service . Colin Scott and his sister wandered off trail near the Norris Geyser Basin in