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A bison digs under the snow to graze inside Yellowstone National Park, Mont., in this undated photograph provided by the National Park Service. State and federal agencies will reveal today what plans they've got in store for Yellowstone bison this winter amid pressure from surrounding communities to keep the animals in the park. (Associated Press)

Cyclists rule in Yellowstone Park this week

BICYCLING -- Here’s another sign of springtime in Yellowstone National Park: Portions of the park have opened to bicycling. The park has closed to snowmobiles for the winter but has yet to open to motorized vehicles for the summer. In the meantime, bicyclists can travel...

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Grizzly bear No. 610 walks through sagebrush in Grand Teton National Park, Wyo., while her two cubs look on. (File -- Tom Mangelsen / Associated Press)

Grizzlies emerging from dens, even sows with cubs

WILDLIFE WATCHING -- Wildlife officials say grizzly bears are coming out of hibernation and have been spotted along the Rocky Mountain Front and in Yellowstone National Park. Just before the recent snow storm, a Fish, Wildlife and Parks game warden spotted a female grizzly with...

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Snow still smothering Yellowstone Park

NATIONAL PARKS -- Early visitors to Yellowstone National Park should bring their snowshoes. Park Spokesman Al Nash said crews are encountering the deepest snow they've seen in 13 years on the park's roads, with the snow on Sylvan Pass 22 feet deep, with some drifts...

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