Yellowstone National Park is a scientist's dream. There are thermal vents, hot pools, fire recovery areas, wildlife and more to study. Here's a look at some of the recent research in the park.
The ancestors of Yellowstone National Park’s bison migrated to North America much later than previously believed, according to newly published research.
Through DNA analysis of scat and hair, along with photographs and specially equipped GPS collars, researchers in Yellowstone National Park are acquiring new information about the Northern Region’s secretive cougars.
BILLINGS – Research that compared Yellowstone National Park grizzly bear and wolf interactions with those same animals in Sweden has produced …
When Yellowstone National Park’s aching cold and deep snow claims the lives of winter-weakened bison, predators like wolves are one of the beneficiaries.
BRIDGE BAY MARINA – Yellowstone Lake has some troubled waters, which is partly why Rob Sohn is here.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Nearly three decades ago, huge wildfires burned about a third of Yellowstone National Park. The park has seen wildfires every…
BILLINGS – Mention Yellowstone National Park and golden eagles are not a species likely to spring to mind like bison, elk, wolves or bears.