YellowstoneYellowstone National Park is the first national park created in the United States. It remains popular due to its unique volcanic features and abundant wildlife.
Episode 27: Harnessing the power of Yellowstone’s supervolcanoJuly 26, 2022 – Yellowstone’s “supervolcano” is capable of causing mass destruction, but its incredible power could also help us fight climate change.
Are Yellowstone floods a good thing?June 29, 2022 – In today’s newsletter, we show how Yellowstone’s floods have helped the region, spot endangered lions in West Africa, follow people loving nature through ‘Bigfoot’ tours … and examine a plan to save an Alpine glacier.
Yellowstone flooding: Why is it happening now?June 16, 2022 – Rain falling on snow caused this week’s floods, events that will become more likely as temperatures warm.
Yellowstone Sunrise | Nat Geo Photo of the DayThe sun rises over the Hayden Valley in Yellowstone National Park in this image from our photography archives.
Yellowstone Falls | Nat Geo Photo of the DayThe Lower Falls of Yellowstone National Park crash 308 feet in this image from our photography archives.
Historic Yellowstone flooding brings renewal despite destructionJune 28, 2022 – Flooding helps seed majestic cottonwood trees and favors native trout. High water allows them to escape to calmer side channels, where they can spawn.
Key ingredient in coronavirus tests comes from Yellowstone’s lakesMarch 31, 2020 – A curious life-form that lives in the park’s thermal pools makes a protein that changed the course of biomedical history.
6 can’t-miss stops in Yellowstone National ParkJune 13, 2019 – This iconic landscape is a hotbed of geothermal activity and wildlife—and it’s best explored by road.
See 150 years of Yellowstone in these iconic Nat Geo imagesFebruary 25, 2022 – The first national park in the United States marks a milestone. Here is Yellowstone through the eyes of our photographers.
A quiet plague outbreak has been killing Yellowstone’s cougars for yearsApril 03, 2020 – While the world reels from coronavirus, big cats of the U.S. West are succumbing to their own pathogen, which can be spread to people.
Over YellowstoneSeen from above, tourists walk the path around Yellowstone’s Grand Prismatic Spring in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
Here’s why Yellowstone in the off-season is great for familiesSeptember 30, 2021 – Elusive wildlife and iconic vistas make this national park a wonderland—without the summer crowds.
Yellowstone Bear Image | National Geographic Photo of the DayA brown bear in Yellowstone National Park inspects a car full of tourists in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
Yellowstone Tourists Image | National Geographic Photo of the DayTourists take pictures of a back bear in Yellowstone National Park in 1972 in this National Geographic Photo of the Day.
Wild YellowstoneFilmed in both summer and winter, with remarkable close-range footage of Yellowstone's wildlife, Wild Yellowstone captures the beauty and essence of the land and animals in a place that is like no other in the world.