By National Park Service
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Experience America’s first national park online. Explore Yellowstone National Park’s most popular questions and important issues with park rangers, scientists, historians and park visitors. What have we discovered about Yellowstone’s wildlife, geysers and other natural wonders? How can we learn from the park’s history in order to protect its future? This educational video series takes an in-depth look at such topics as its wild animals (including bears, wolves, bison, and fish), the geological and ecological processes that shape the park (including fire and the Yellowstone volcano), and its human history. We also invite you to take a virtual tour of the park through the related video series, “Inside Yellowstone,” located in "Society & Culture" in the “Places & Travel” category.
|1||VideoGeneration W: The Generation of the Wolf - Main Feature||Yellowstone's new generation of wolves is helping us better understand how Yellowstone works.||30 5 2007||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoBlack Bear or Grizzly? - Bonus Feature||Learn how to tell Yellowstone's black bears and grizzlies apart.||21 3 2007||Free||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoBears: A Yellowstone Love Story - Main Feature||Our love affairs with bears in Yellowstone have grown strong over time.||22 2 2007||Free||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoWhat's on Your Line? - Bonus Feature||Yellowstone’s waters are alive with a variety of native and non-native fish, and fishing can be a great way to experience the park||7 2 2007||Free||View In iTunes|
|5||VideoTroubled Waters - Main Feature||On the surface, Yellowstone's waters look placid and pristine. But look closer, and things aren't quite what they seem.||7 2 2007||Free||View In iTunes|
|6||VideoYellowstone's Restless Giant - Main Feature||The Yellowstone supervolcano is one of our planets restless giants.||7 2 2007||Free||View In iTunes|
|7||VideoWhat Happened at Norris? - Bonus Feature||In the summer of 2003, the Norris Geyser Basin suddenly heated up.||7 2 2007||Free||View In iTunes|