The Yellowstone Park Foundation
APRIL 2011   

In This Issue
As the world celebrates Earth Day this month, our nation will also celebrate National Park Week. What better way to observe both events than to spend some time in a national park? Parks are where many of us connect with our natural world more effectively -- and enjoyably -- than in any other place. They offer authentic experiences in an increasingly electronic world, and great opportunities for our families to unplug and have fun together.


Bear Safety: Be Part of the Solution

Black Bear at Yellowstone Lake
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Bears have been in the news quite a bit over the past year, but for all the wrong reasons. Bear-human conflicts in the greater Yellowstone area not only jeopardize human safety, but also put bears at risk and compromise the great progress made in bear conservation. Fortunately, the Yellowstone Park Foundation has become part of the solution, and so can you.


Enjoy National Park Week 2011

National Park Week 2011
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The 394 sites in the National Park System belong to all of us, so plan to get out and enjoy Yellowstone or another park during National Park Week, April 16-24, 2011. And if the amazing hikes, breathtaking scenery, wildlife, and history aren’t enough incentive for you, how about free admission? That's right, you can enter all parks for free, all week long! Plus, be sure to take advantage of special activities for children and families.


Volunteers Help Preserve Park's Museum Collection

Heritage and Research Center, Yellowstone
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Where can you find priceless Thomas Moran watercolors from 1871, skulls from the original wolves reintroduced to Yellowstone in 1995, antique furniture from Park hotels that no longer exist, and civilian scout diaries from the U.S. Army period of 1896-1916? The Yellowstone Heritage & Research Center (HRC) is home to the Park’s library, archive, and museum collection, and many volunteers participate in the care of these priceless treasures.




You're Invited
Join us on May 4 for a reception and the film The Rise of Black Wolf
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YPF Earns Charity Seal
The Yellowstone Park Foundation is now an accredited charity with the BBB Wise Giving Alliance
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Adopt a Wolf for Earth Day
Supply is limited -- fewer than 100 wolves remain available for adoption!
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Adopt a Yellowstone Wolf

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