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Voices of Greater Yellowstone

Greater Yellowstone Coalition

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The wild heart of North America - the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem - is home to vast landscapes, roaring rivers, iconic wildlife, and diverse communities. What kind of threats face this remarkable place, and how can we ensure its protection? Join us to hear the stories of those who love this wild ecosystem. Presented by the Greater Yellowstone Coalition, an organization dedicated to working with people to protect the lands, waters, and wildlife of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: https:// ...
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Wyoming's Wind River Country: Yellowstone's Unique Neighbor

Charene the Adventure Queen and Helen Wilson

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Wyoming’s best adventure starts in Wind River Country. Located in western Wyoming, just beyond Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Teton Mountains, Wind River Country is the place to go to get away from the crowds. Unplug, unwind and find room to roam in Dubois, Hudson, Lander, Riverton, Shoshoni or on the Wind River Indian Reservation, the only Reservation in the Cowboy State
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Your host reveals tips on how to save Money and Time during your Yellowstone vacation with over 60 years of personal experience in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and his family has been visiting the area since 1919. Learn about alternative airports you can fly into to save money on flights as well as money saving Lodging tips where you can stay for less than $100.00 per night right outside of Yellowstone Park saving you thousands of dollars on your Yellowstone vacation before you ...
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Dive into the natural splendour and beauty of one of the world's greatest national parks as you embark on a journey through Yellowstone's history. From the delicate balance of an ecosystem and humanity's impact to the geological features and vibrant hydrothermal pools, join us as we explore a legacy.
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Yellowstone, the worlds first national park! Have you been? This podcast is about to take you into the worlds first national park. With interviews from professionals to details about specific locations, get ready for your first trip or prepare to visit again. Get first hand information on the wildlife, history, and geology from a professional guide, Adam Brubaker your host. Adam is a family man, photographer, naturalist, and Yellowstone guide with a passion for Yellowstone and the nature tha ...
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The Official Yellowstone Podcast

101 Studios & Paramount Network

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Ever wonder what life is really like on Dutton Ranch? Saddle up and join co-hosts Jefferson White ("Jimmy") and Jen Landon ("Teeter") as they take you behind the scenes of season 5 on the only official Yellowstone podcast. They'll be joined by special guests, from cast members to celebrity super fans, to recap episodes and unpack the latest updates of the ever-expanding Yellowstone universe. New episodes every Sunday.
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Parks' Fly Shop is located in Gardiner, Montana, at the north entrance to Yellowstone National Park. This podcast primarily features timely fishing tips and fishing reports for the Yellowstone region, but will also include fishing reports from more distant locations, fly tying tips, general fly fishing tips, and conservation news and issues. If you'd like to see a certain topic covered, please contact us.
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Send us a Text Message. It’s no secret that Greater Yellowstone contains some of the most beautiful wildflower landscapes in the world. In late spring and early summer, fields explode with yellow, purple, pink, and many more vibrant hues found in our native blooming plants. We can thank our native pollinators for providing such a show. However, Gre…
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In this podcast, I have been through all of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and surveyed everything from Road Construction delays to road closures as well as trail closures so you will know what to expect when you arrive. We also go over some swimming area closures and how you can use the guidebook to go Hot Potting and Swimming througho…
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Welcome to the premiere episode of "Wyoming's Wind River Country: Yellowstone's Unique Neighbor," brought to you by the Wind River Visitors Council. Join your hosts, Charene The Adventure Queen and Helen Wilson, along with special guests Jackie Dorothy, a historian, and Kevin Scannell from the Riverton Museum. The Wind River Visitors Council partne…
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Send us a Text Message. Wolves in Greater Yellowstone represent one of the greatest conservation success stories. Once absent from the ecosystem, a reintroduction nearly 30 years ago brought back this keystone species to the landscape. Today, Yellowstone wolves are renowned across the world and represent a significant economic driver through wildli…
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Yellowstone attracts over three million visitors a year, but the human history of the park has spanned for thousands of years. From First Nations Americans, to European Settlers, to today, join us as we explore how human hands have shaped Yellowstone’s past, and how they can shape its future. Further Reading: https://www.nps.gov/articles/archeology…
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Welcome to "Wyoming's Wind River Country: Yellowstone's Unique Neighbor" Podcast! We are thrilled to introduce you to the Wind River Visitors Council's brand-new podcast, "Wyoming's Wind River Country: Yellowstone's Unique Neighbor." Join your hosts, Charene the Adventure Queen and Helen Wilson, as we embark on an exciting journey through one of Wy…
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Vibrant colours disguise hidden dangers in the depth’s of Yellowstone’s hot springs. Despite the deadly temperatures, microbial life still thrives in the boiling, mineral-rich waters. In this episode we look at the mechanisms behind the hot springs and geysers, and how tiny creatures thrive where others dare not go. Further Reading: https://www.usg…
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Deep beneath Yellowstone lies a magma chamber, above which is the vast Yellowstone Caldera. Sometimes referred to as a supervolcano, the caldera lies atop the Yellowstone hotspot, and has inspired many an imagination. Although the volcano has erupted in the past, how will future eruptions affect the region – and the world? Further reading: https://…
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Send us a Text Message. Welcome back to the Voices of Greater Yellowstone podcast, where we share the stories and science of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. As we mentioned in our previous episode, long-time host Kristin Oxford has jettisoned off to her next adventure. I’m Emmy Reed, producer and editor of the podcast, now stepping in behind the…
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Life flourishes in Yellowstone. From the tiniest songbird to the mighty elk, and everything in between, nature has struck a delicate balance. But what happens when that balance is disturbed? In this episode we explore the complex relationships between predator and prey, and why they are so vital to the health of an ecosystem. Further Reading: https…
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Yellowstone's legacy spans nearly eleven thousand years. With such a history, it's no wonder that America's first National Park has captured the attention of so many people around the world. In this limited docuseries, we'll be exploring the delicate balance of an ecosystem, the geology behind hot springs and supervolanoes, and the human history of…
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In this podcasts, we cover the elimination of what was a REALLY unpopular BMA (Bear Management Area) and the opening of a new one in Hayden Valley and how this should make those early park visitors trip better to Yellowstone. We then go over the dates you can start flying into the seasonal airport of West Yellowstone and on what airlines and how to…
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Send us a Text Message. Winter is a brutal time of year in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. The sun rises late and sets early, temperatures stay well below freezing for weeks on end, and the snow can pile up foot on top of foot. For the ecosystem’s many ungulates, including pronghorn, elk, deer, and moose, winter is the hardest season to survive.…
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We are honored to sit with such an incredible panel today to discuss our night skies. Listen as Jo Ann Eder, Theresa Whistler and Jeremy Battles describe the creation of a group called Red Lodge Dark Skies (RLDS), the goals and achievements of the group, what it takes to become a certified dark sky area, the importance of reducing light pollution f…
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In this podcast, we discuss the launch of our new You Tube videos that you guys can watch to determine if you want to purchase a guidebook for your families Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park vacation. We go over 7 new videos for you guys including the following. 1. introduction to Explore Yellowstone Like a Local. 2. Getting to the Old Fait…
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Send us a Text Message. The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is a vast landscape shared by people and wildlife. Habitat for species like grizzly bears, wolves, elk, and more isn’t just found within public lands, but exists alongside, and even overlaps with, the wide-open working lands of this region. With wildlife and people living in such close proxi…
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Send us a Text Message. A question we commonly ask fans of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is: If you could see one animal out in the wild, what would it be? It may surprise you that the most popular answer by far is the wolverine. So, why are wolverines at the top of so many peoples’ wildlife bucket list? These elusive critters are rarely seen a…
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This podcast covers 19 great places that you can swim, get in a hot pot, get under a huge waterfall and swim in Yellowstone Park and you can visit these spots whenever the park is open. I get you to the some of the most fantastic swimming and hot potting spots that can't be found anywhere else on earth. We cover the stupidly popular Firehole swimmi…
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This podcast covers all the fun things you can do just outside of Grand Teton and Yellowstone parks. There is a reason that hardly any of the locals from West, Jackson or Big Sky ever go into the parks and the reason for that is that there is a TON of really fun and exiting things to do right outside the parks boundaries that are NOT allowed inside…
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This podcast covers hiking in both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. I first cover hiking in Grand Teton and get you right up into the craggy spires of the Tetons where the peaks are shooting up all around. We then cover Teton hikes that are totally suitable for small kids with fantastic views of the Tetons and also tell you the hikes you…
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This podcast covers the section of road south from Old Faithful down to West Thumb and then down to the South Gate and then we drive along the seldom seen but beautiful Flagg Ranch/Marysville/Grassy Lake Road. You will hear a story about how not to hike in bear country then we stop at the only lake in the US that flows into both the Pacific and Atl…
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This podcast covers the section of road from Canyon all the way down to West Thumb. We will cross into the Hayden Valley which is home to the largest free roaming herd of Bison on earth and hear a couple of great stories that took place right where you are now driving. We then make a stop at the Mud Volcanoes then hit Yellowstone Lake where I will …
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This podcast starts at the rather boring Tower Junction which is home to the rather fun Chuckwagon Dinner that starts at the Roosevelt Stables. We then drive through the Narrows on the way to Tower Falls and I tell you how to not only see the falls but about the crazy boulder that used to sit it's summit and then how to access the Yellowstone River…
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This podcast covers starts in Gardiner Montana where you can grab a cheese burger at the place that was one of the inspirations for Jimmy Buffet to write the song Cheeseburger In Paradise. Then on the NEW road after the 2022 floods to Mammoth Hot Springs and we start at the iconic stone entry gate made famous by Teddy Roosevelt and his rough riders…
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This podcast covers the 21 mile section of road on the west side of the upper loop in Yellowstone park from Norris Geyser Basin to Mammoth Hot Springs. Included in this podcast is a quick summation of why you shouldn't stop at Norris Geyser Basin, plus some fun and rather interesting stops along the road towards Bunsen Peak. We also cover the start…
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This podcast covers the section of road between Norris Geyser Basin and the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone Park which is home to the most awe inspiring thing in the park, the Lower Falls which sits in the namesake canyon for Yellowstone Park. There is not much to see along this short section of road but we do see the gorgeous Virginia Cascades along t…
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This podcast covers the 14 mile section of road from Madison Junction to Norris Geyser Basin which is home to Steamboat Geyser which USED to be the largest geyser on the planet. Along the way I will tell you about a rather interesting car wreck as well as 3 great hikes. The first is right to the base of Gibbon Falls where the trail actually goes in…
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This podcast covers the section of road from the South Gate of Yellowstone Park all the way down to Jackson Hole. We will drive down the far side of the Yellowstone Volcano then have breakfast with a great view of the Tetons. We then get to the spot to take a picture from the most photographed view of the Tetons. Then we visit Jenny Lake and I tell…
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In this podcast, we visit the really fun town of Jackson Hole we go over all the fun stuff to do in this world famous town. We gloss over all my favorite spots to stay in Jackson Hole which are all listed in the guidebook including a great budget option which is REALLY hard to find in a VERY expensive town. We even gloss over the ranches and lodges…
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In this one huge day in Yellowstone, we will visit the Upper and Lower Falls and the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. We will then head down the road and across the Hayden valley which is home to the largest free roaming Bison herd on the planet on our way to the Mud Pots for a quick stop then have the best lunch in the park at the beautiful Lake Hotel…
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This podcast covers the little town of West Yellowstone. We go over nice places to stay and where to find a cozy lakefront or riverside cabin to use as your home away from home as you visit Yellowstone Park. We cover some really great in town dining options including an award winning pizza and where you can take your picture in front of a huge Biso…
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This podcast covers how the Guidebook tells you everything you need to know about how to watch all the geysers go off in this one of a kind area which is home to more geysers than the rest of the world combined. We cover all the major geysers in this one of a kind area and how the guidebook easily gets you to them all by teaching you to "work the g…
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This podcast explores the action packed 16 mile section of road between Madison Junction down to Old Faithful and we catch all the rest of the geyser basins on our way to the Old faithful area. We cross the Gibbon River on our way to the beautiful Firehole Canyon Drive where we will see the gorgeous Firehole Falls, the Firehole Swimming Area as wel…
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Everything you need to know to save Time and Money and plan a successful trip to Yellowstone is in this podcast. And note that everyone should join our Explore Yellowstone Like a Local Facebook Group where you can read hundreds of great reviews of the guidebook and see thousands of pictures you guys have posted having a great time in the park. We c…
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This podcast covers how you need to go through the West Entry Gate which is by far the busiest entry gate into Yellowstone Park and this gorgeous 14 mile section of road all the way to Madison Junction. We will pass through Christmas Tree Alley and then look for Bald Eagles on the banks of the Madison River on our way to the 7 mile bridge and a cou…
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This podcast is an introduction to Explore Yellowstone Like a Local for all those out there who are deciding if they want to buy a Guidebook and start listening to the Podcasts. I first discuss how simple it is to use and understand the guidebook and how you don't have to read the entire guidebook, just the chapters that cover the certain things th…
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Lawmen: Bass Reeves finale breakdown — the ending of Bass Reeves explained, including (5:45) who was the show’s most interesting character, (17:40) why the show hit and missed and (13:20) the truth about Mr. Sundown. Plus, Adison Haager and Billy Dukes get to the bottom of (9:20) why a key scene was cut and (11:10) why Sally’s song may seem very fa…
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Yellowstone breakdown. The season 2 finale begs this question: was this the best Taylor Sheridan season ever? Billy Dukes and Adison Haager unravel Ep. 9, including (3:46) Jamie’s baby news, (7:15) the iconic Beth and Monica boutique scene and the (9:30)Tate kidnapping scene you never got to see. Then, Ep. 10 brought an end to the war with the Beck…
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Send us a Text Message. They say, “a picture is worth a thousand words,” although sometimes it feels like we’re left speechless when viewing the spectacular photos and film of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. People from across the globe who have never visited this remarkable region feel a connection simply from the story these images tell. From …
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Yellowstone fans watching on CBS missed something that OG fans caught last week. This week, hosts Adison Haager and Billy Dukes reflect on (8:01) that Easter nugget in discussing (0:00) the most violent Yellowstone scene of all time. Yep, this is the one where Beth is violently attacked. Plus, (4:00) how Taylor Sheridan juxtaposed beauty before vio…
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Is Season 2, Ep. 6 the best Yellowstone episode ever? Billy Dukes and Adison Haager make a case for it as they unpack two replays this week. (1:00) Jamie Dutton’s life-altering decision is this week’s most important thing, but we also have to talk about (7:45) young Beth, a brilliant Yellowstone Easter egg and (17:00) what happens to Walker. Then, …
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Lawmen: Bass Reeves featured a stunning death while Yellowstone included several hundred of them. This week on Dutton Rules, Adison Haager and Billy Dukes discuss (10:30) the big-name actor killed off of Bass Reeves, and (5:30) why his on-screen wife is the best character on the show. Then it’s (19:50) a dive into Ep. 4 of Season 2 of Yellowstone, …
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Lawmen: Bass Reeves debuted last weekend — is it any good? Adison Haager and Billy Dukes (6:30) recap Ep. 1 and Ep. 2 and offer opinions on the good, bad and ugly of this new Taylor Sheridan show. Plus, (23:40) reaction to two new Season 2 episodes of Yellowstone, including Walker’s fatal impulses, (36:36) Jamie’s breakup and an introduction to the…
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Send us a Text Message. To fit with the spooky theme of today, Halloween, we are spending some time with one of Greater Yellowstone’s most enigmatic and charismatic creatures. If you’ve been to Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park, you’ve definitely seen these beautiful, surprisingly large, black birds that seem dead set on making mischief. Th…
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This week on Dutton Rules, Adison Haager and Billy Dukes (3:00) break down a classic Yellowstone scene involving Rip, a bull and a bar. Plus (11:45) John Dutton’s health battle explained and (9:45) what the heck is up with Monica? Then, (16:20) updates on the personal lives of most of the Yellowstone cast, including (18:07) Luke Grimes, (23:20) Kel…
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Yellowstone Season 1, Episode 9 Breakdown, including (0:30) Jamie Dutton’s life-changing decision, (8:30) the truth about Sheriff Donnie Haskell and (14:00) a Season 1 body count. Adison Haager and Billy Dukes also talk about (4:20) what happened between Beth and Walker and (22:00) the brilliant seed Taylor Sheridan planted to grow 4 years later (H…
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The trailer for Lawmen: Bass Reeves dropped and it looks fantastic. This week, (3:14) everything you need to know about this new Taylor Sheridan drama. Plus, Adison Haager and Billy Dukes discuss (17:30) Beth Dutton’s troubling flashback and the difficult conversation it provokes, (24:42) Rip Wheeler’s horrific background and (34:45) Jamie’s sudden…
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We finally know why Kayce Dutton has the Yellowstone brand on his chest, but (5:59) did he deserve it or did John Dutton overstep? Plus, (11:50) Monica is in serious danger, thus beginning a chain of events that leads to hate. Are fans wrong about her? Then, (19:50) a John Dutton cancer update, and (22:05) why you need to watch the two new characte…
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Rest In Peace Fred, or maybe not? Yellowstone fans were (8:00) introduced to the train station season 1, Ep. 4. Billy Dukes and Adison Haager discuss the real-life play its based on before diving into (20:30) John Dutton’s cancer battle and (13:00) Lloyd’s introduction. Then, (25:00) an Ep. 5 recap that is very Beth VS Jamie focused. (33:20) Were w…
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