Animals in Danger - Index

algae
arete
badger, American
badger, burrow
Bannock tribe
basement rocks, Precambrian
bats
bear, black
bear, grizzly
Beartooth Mountains
beaver
birds, of Yellowstone
bison
bison, and brucellosis
bobcat
caldera, Yellowstone
Cascade Canyon, Tetons
chipmunk
cirque
Clinton, President
Coleman, Stuart
Colter, John
Consolo-Murphy, Sue
cormorant, double-crested
coyote
crane, sandhill
cranes, whooping
Cyanidium caldarium
Dam, Island Park
dam, Jackson
dam, Palisades
dam, Shoshone
deer, white-tailed
dipper
ducks
ducks, goldeneye
ducks, greater scaup
ducks, harlequin
ducks, mallard
ducks, merganser
eagle, Bald
eagle, golden
eagles, and pesticides
ecosystem, definition of
Ekie, Bob
elk
elk herd, size of
endangered animals, in Yellowstone ecosystem
falcon, peregrine
fir, Douglas
fir, subalpine
fire, and lodgepole pine
fire, map of area burned in 1988
fire, of 1988
fire, policy of fighting
fire, role of in ecosystem
Firehole Falls
fisher
fly, ephydrid
fox, red
fumarole
fungi
geese, Canada
geology of Yellowstone
geysers, formation of
geysers, location of
glaciation, Buffalo Fork
glaciation, Bull Lake
glaciation, Pinedale
glaciation, Yellowstone
goat, mountain
gopher, pocket
Grand Canyon, of Yellowstone
Grant, President
grass, common rye
grass, Idaho fescue
grasses
grassland animals, adaptations
grazing, in Yellowstone ecosystem
Greater Yellowstone Coalition
Greater Yellowstone ecosystem
ground squirrel, golden mantled
ground squirrel, Uinta
grouse
grouse, blue
grouse, ruffed
gull, California
gull, Franklin
gull, ring-billed
gulls
habitat, mountain
habitat, thermal
habitat, wetland
habitats, grassland
hare, snowshoe
hawk, red-tailed
heron, great blue
hibernation, of black bear
hibernation, of grizzly bear
hot springs, formation of
hummingbirds
Jackson Hole
Jackson, William
June monsoon
killdeer
Lewis and Clark Party
lichens
logging, in Yellowstone ecosystem
Lower Falls, of Yellowstone
lynx
lynx, and showshoe hare population
magpie, black-billed
mammals, meat-eating
mammals, plant eating
Mammoth Hot Springs
marmot, yellow bellied
marten. pine
martens
migration
mining, Bear Gulch
mining, in Yellowstone ecosystem
mining, New World Mining District
moose
moraine
Moran, Thomas
mosses
mountain animals, adaptations
mountain lion
mud pot
Mud Volcano
mule deer
muskrat
National Elk Refuge
National Forest, Targhee
Noranda Project
nutcracker, Clarke’s
orogeny, Laramide
osprey
otter, river
owl, great gray
owl, great horned
owls
people, impact of
pika
pine, lodgepole
plants, and climate
plants, communities
plants, flowering
porcupine
porcupine, birthrate
predator control, in Yellowstone ecosystem
pronghorn
push-ups, muskrat
rain shadow
raven
rhyolite
sedimentary rocks
Serengeti, American
sheep, bighorn
sheepeaters
Shoshone tribe
snowmobiles, pollution from
spiders, adaptations for hot pools
spruce
squirrel, ground
Sulphur Cauldron
swans, trumpeter
temperature variation and elevation
thermophiles
tourism, in Yellowstone ecosystem
Tower Falls
trading post, Manuel Lisa's
trees, fossil
trees, of Yellowstone
tundra, alpine
Upper Falls, of Yellowstone
valley, U-shaped
valley, V-shaped
volcanoes, and Yellowstone
warbler, Audobon's
warbler, Myrtle's
warbler, yellow rumped
warm springs dace, Kendall
water, in Yellowstone ecosystem
waterfalls, formation of
weasel
wetland, animals
wheatgrass
white pelican
wolf, gray
wolverine
wolves, reintroduction of
woodpecker, Northern flicker
woodpecker, yellow-bellied sapsucker
woodpeckers
Yellowstone, airflow
Yellowstone, fact sheet
Yellowstone, fall
Yellowstone, history of
Yellowstone, location
Yellowstone, maps
Yellowstone, seasons
Yellowstone, spring
Yellowstone, summer
Yellowstone, winter
zonation