Grand Teton National Park
A black bear that took too much of a liking for a lodge at Grand Teton National Park was put down by rangers because of its unhealthy interest in humans and their food.
Can you imagine what would be missing in the national parks if not for partnerships forged with non-profit groups?
Dry forests and grasslands, low humidity levels, and gusty winds have prompted officials to raise the fire danger in Grand Teton National Park and the surrounding Bridger-Teton National Forest in western Wyoming to "high," a marker that fires can start easily and spread quickly.
A black bear cub was hit and killed by a motorist in Grand Teton National Park this week, marking at least the fifth time this summer that a bear was hit by a vehicle, according to park officials.
A camper who failed to check whether his campfire was really out is being blamed for a small fire that broke out on an island in Grand Teton National Park.
Federal Judge Overturns Federal Government's Delisting of Gray Wolf From Endangered Species Act Protection
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John Wessels, who has served as the National Park Service’s Intermountain Region associate director for administration, business and technology since 2004, has been named director of the region, the largest in the agency.