The National Geographic Society is using a science-based approach to support wildlife-compatible landscapes in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and in central Montana—from Yellowstone National Park to Grasslands National Park in Canada. We seek to address the challenges of species recovery and migration across public and private lands while respecting the needs of local landowners and communities.
Using camera traps, radio tracking, observation, and analysis National Geographic Fellow Arthur Middleton is working to further our understanding of how living things interact across the land. National Geographic is also supporting local efforts and educators on the ground to build up the next generation of wildlife stewards around Yellowstone and beyond.
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