The parkwide wildland fire danger for Yellowstone National Park is now HIGH.
There are currently no active wildland fires in the park.
There are no fire restrictions currently in place or planned in the park.
Campfires are only permitted within established fire rings in campgrounds and some backcountry campsites.
All campfires must be cold to the touch before abandoning. Soak, stir, feel, repeat.
The Greater Yellowstone area is a fire-adapted ecosystem. Fire plays an important role in maintaining the health of this area’s wildlife habitat and vegetation.
Stay informed about current fire activity in Yellowstone.
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Snagging Paddlefish in the Missouri River [VIDEO]
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Baldy Mountain Fire Closure Order Enacted
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Block Management Program information available starting Aug.10
Antelope drawing set for Aug. 6; no 900-20 archery surplus tags will be available
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2020 Montana boat validation decals required
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First Walleye! [VIDEO]
FWP to conduct rotenone treatment of North Fork of Spanish Creek
Grizzly killed due to cattle depredation
A Montana Gem – Smith River
Helena Area Reservoirs Fishing Report 8.3.20
Watch Saturday’s episode of MORS here!
Fishing Prank [VIDEO]
LEAVE A CAMPSITE…
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MOUNTAIN MAN WAYS!
RECAP: Assault Rifles? THEY ARE NOT! (with Colonel Smoothbore)
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