- a river flowing from NW Wyoming through Yellowstone Lake and NE through Montana into the Missouri River in W North Dakota. 671 miles (1080 km) long.
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Regional newspapers variously report 500 or 741 grizzlies live in and around Yellowstone.
On November 4, the Fort Hall Shoshone-Bannock tribes announced their opposition to Yellowstone delisting.
The Oklahoma Kiowa have joined this warpath; the Yellowstone is their ancestral homeland.
The battle between conservation groups and FWS over the fate of the Yellowstone grizzly is about to repeat.
Yellowstone grizzly bears face the two greatest threats to their survival in our lifetime: global warming and the U.S. government.
Historical Examples of yellowstone
"This evening we shall do the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone," said the maiden.American Notes
We have been as far as the Yellowstone, and thought we would like to see some of this country.The Forest
Stewart Edward White
Of one the Yellowstone, and of the other the Arkansas, is the centre.
"Oh, it's not very far from Yellowstone Park," answered the youth.
"Oh, Yellowstone Park has some fine hotels," declared Roger.
- a river rising in N Wyoming and flowing north through Yellowstone National Park, then east to the Missouri. Length: 1080 km (671 miles)