The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is one of the most biologically impressive regions in the world. From "charismatic megafauna" like elk and bears to mink, otters, and other small game, the Bozeman area's just about got it all. For more info, check out the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Animal Field Guide.
- Jones, AndreaMontana FWP explains the delisting.“We didn’t work on this for over 30 years to see the bear disappear.” Read more >>
- Jack JelinskiIn February of 2009 “Mighty Bull Elk No. 9”tried to jump a fence,somersaulted onto his backand was pinned between large rockswith his trophy-sized antlers beneath him.He suffocated to death.In elk years he was in his seventies. Read more >>Keeler, GregHi Honey, it's me. No, no don't worry, it's just August.We don't have to worry about that for a month or two. Yes, things are fine up here. When you're throughWith the kids, hoof it on up here and we'll mate, justDon't get sidetracked by our neighbor, Buck. I trust Read more >>
- Ladzinski, R.Many years ago on a winter drive through Yellowstone Park to Cooke City, I viewed a herd of buffalo working their way through the deep snow of the Lamar Valley. Read more >>Tina OremIf you've ever wanted an invitation onto Ted Turner's famous Green Ranch, along the Madison River west of Bozeman, dress as a buffalo and you just might get in. Read more >>
- Bach Jr., Orville E.A close encounter in Yellowstone Park. Read more >>
- Leahy, MichaelCoyotes are awesome. Savvy, playful, tough, and, yes, wily. If you don’t know this yet, if you still think suffragettes are subversive and coyotes wicked and worthless, Michael Huff wants to set you straight. He likes coyotes. Lives coyotes. Watches them, shoots them, respects them. Read more >>
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