|Editor of Yellowstone Reports|
Press releases from the Yellowstone Park region on stories and events.
View Editor's reports >
Sandy Sisti is a nature photographer living in Wapiti just east of Yellowstone. Through her photography, Sandy hopes to promote conservation of this pristine wilderness area and its remarkable wildlife inhabitants for generations to come.
View Sandy's reports >
A retired Forest Service hydrologist, Pete has been photographing the American west for forty years. Portraying the natural world through photography started as a pastime, but quickly moved through the hobby/passion/obsession progression.
View Pete's reports >
In this modern world, wildlife and nature is a distant reality for most people. With the technological explosion of the 20th century, only a small percent of the
population actually gets out into nature to see it's beauty. I hope to help bring the natural world closer to some, through my photography.
View Jimmy's reports >
Resident of Silver Gate, Montana, Russ photographs park scenes and wildlife.
View Russ's reports >
With over a decade of naturalist experience in Yellowstone, wildlife biologist Bonnie McDonald lends regularly lends her talents to Yellowstone Wolf Tracker's social media team.
View Bonnie's reports >
Laurie chronicles the day to day of Yellowstone's wolves and other wildlife sightings.
View Laurie's reports >
A life-long student of the naturalist world, Leo has been attending the dynamic classroom that is the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem for over two decades. His teachers and mentors are the myriad animate and inanimate species and forms who share their stories and insights daily.
View Leo's reports >
A poet, naturalist, wildlife advocate, and writer about wolves and other wildlife.
View Ilona's reports >
Wildlife advocate Dave Hornoff keeps a sharp eye on the latest news concerning wildlife in the greater Yellowstone.
View Dave's reports >
Dan and his family have spent many years photographing the Yellowstone area's wildlife from his cabin home in Silver Gate, Montana.
View Dan's reports >
|Dr. Nathan Varley|
Nathan Varley moved to Yellowstone in 1970. He has dedicated his life to the study of the natural history of the ecosystem. Nathan guides many of his current Yellowstone adventures with Yellowstone Wolf Tracker.
View Dr. Nathan's reports >
Linda has worked with wolves in the Rocky Mountains for much of her career as a wildlife biologist.
View Linda's reports >