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Yellowstone in Winter (1984)

  • Yellowstone in Winter


    Cinematographer Wolfgang Bayer braved extreme cold and treacherous terrain to record Yellowstone in Winter. The season is a time of scarcity and adaptation for the park's animals, including pikas that store food in underground nests; grizzly bears that fatten up before hibernating.

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  • Yellowstone: Wildest Winter to Blazing Summer S01E01


    Yellowstone: Wildest Winter to Blazing Summer S01E01

  • Yellowstone in Winter


    My partner Jon Scott and I spent some time in Yellowstone National Park in the winter of 1984. This gives a sampling of what you can see and experience in the park in winter.

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  • Winter in Yellowstone


    1984 PBS Nature-This was first aired on PBS in 1984. I video taped it to show to my science class just before the winter break as it is called now. Yellowstone visitor center used to sell the video tape up to the early 90s but this edition cannot be found anywhere. This is not to be confused with Christmas in Yellowstone was is the more recent version. Russ Finley came out with a more recent version but it was not shown on PBS as far as I know. All credits are given at the beginning and end.

  • Winter Days


    Cinematographer Hugh Miles examines ways in which wildlife in the British Isles adjusts to winter. Observed: adder snakes, frogs, dormice and brimstone butterflies, which fatten up before hibernating.

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    Route 89 from North Entrance (near Gardiner, Montana) to Old Faithful Geyser.

    When I took this video, I had had first video camera only a few days.

  • The Sheepeaters: Keepers of the Past


    The Sheepeater Indians, an offshoot of the Shoshone tribe, lived in small bands in the mountains in and around the Yellowstone Plateau. The film explores references in the literature as well as archaeological evidence of the Sheepeaters.

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  • Yellowstone Snowcoach Adventure - Centennial Collection


    Get a rarely-seen look at the winter wildlife of Yellowstone as you take a tour of the snow-covered park.

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  • Yellowstone National Park Officials Just Announced A Chilling Discovery Was Made Inside Yellowstone


    Yellowstone National Park officials just announced a chilling discovery was made inside Yellowstone. Today, we take a look at this Yellowstone discovery.

    Over 4 million people visit Yellowstone every year, making it the second most visited national park in the world. Whenever there's slight activity at Yellowstone it usually always makes the news, and this is because underneath Yellowstone national park lies a monster Supervolcano, big enough that it would have massive effects on our planet if it was to erupt.

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  • Vintage Yellowstone: The Worlds First National Park - Full Vintage Documentary


    Let's take a look at vintage Yellowstone. Yellowstone is the world's first national park and one of its greatest wildlife preserves. This immense forest sprawls across 2.2 million acres of land that features erupting geysers, thundering waterfalls, gurgling hot springs and incredibly diverse wildlife!

    Part of 58 National Parks' Vintage Series.

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  • Fort Worth Stock Yards Turn Into Production Set For Yellowstone: 1883


    The Fort Worth Stock Yards have turned into a production set for the hit series Yellowstone: 1883.

  • Opening to Nature: Yellowstone in Winter 1987 VHS


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    2. 1987 Lorimar Home Video Logo
    3. 1984 WNET Logo
    4. Nature Intro
    Print Date: September 4th, 1987
    Note: The opening to the tape is pretty jumpy, and there's nothing at the end of this tape.

  • Yellowstone National Park


    The wildlife and sights of Yellowstone National Park, including Old Faithful, Mammoth Hot Springs and Fishing Bridge.

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  • Where do Elk go in the winter?


    Elk live in some rugged country a lot of the year. When winter sets in, many herds migrate long distances to escape deep snow and find suitable habitat.

    Marcus Hockett heads out to check elk winter ranges near Yellowstone National Park, along the way learning the history of how this land was conserved.

    As humans populate and develop the land, open space that elk need is continually lost. We can learn a lot from our history on how to protect wildlife and landscapes.

    Huge thanks to Julie Cunningham, Dean Waltee, Fred King and Randy Newberg for all of the help and knowledge they shared in the making of this video.

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  • This National Park Ranger Reveals The Truth About Whats Happening To People Inside These Parks


    This National Park ranger reveals the truth about what's happening to people inside these parks. Today, we take a look at what this park ranger said about National Park.

    National parks are visited by hundreds of millions of people every year. The United States currently has 62 different protected areas labeled national parks. The first, and maybe most recognisable, is Yosemite National park, along with the Great Smoky Mountains, Yellowstone, Zion, and the rocky mountains.

    The National park services announced that in 2020, the National Park Service received over 230 million recreation visits, although they did say that this is down more than 90 million visits from 2019.

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  • Grand Teton Wilderness


    A 1991 study of Wyoming's Grand Teton Wilderness, a curious blend of the wild and the civilized. Observed: black bears, bald eagles, river otters, coyotes and pronghorns.

  • Celebs Who Got Fired From the Industry


    Have you ever wondered what happened to your favorite childhood celebrities? Well, a lot of them took alternate paths in life besides acting. Some opened boutiques, others went on to real estate, many went off to college, and some had to deal with addiction and rehab. In this video, we talk about celebrities who left the industry!

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  • 1984 VW Jetta TD cold start Yellowstone 6806ft above sea level


    Was in the 30s (F) and high altitude. Smoked less than the first morning.

    Some time last week of September or early October, 2011.

  • What Happened to Lynda Carter, the Original Wonder Woman


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    If you’re a true Wonder Woman fan, then you’ll miss the days when the role was played by actress Lynda Carter. But you might also be wondering, what happened to Lynda Carter, the original Wonder Woman?

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    She played the super heroine for three seasons in the 1970s. The show became a phenomenon and she won over audiences instantly.

    Needless to say, by the end of the 1970s, Lynda Carter had stamped her place in American popular culture. But even before Lynda Carter landed the role of Wonder Woman, she already had a remarkable career.

    She appeared on talent shows as a young child and was part of a band during her high school years. She would later study at Arizona State University before dropping out to pursue a career in music.

    She joined the band The Garfin Gathering and toured the country with them well into the early 1970s. In 1972, she left the band and went on to win the Miss World USA Beauty Pageant. This victory caught the eye of prominent television producers.

    This proved to be fortuitous as she had also begun taking acting classes after ending her music career. She began playing bit parts in popular TV shows including Nakia and Starsky & Hutch. She also had small roles in several B-grade movies.

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  • RV Furnaces and AC - Learn about your RV Furnace & Air Conditioning


    Tim and Sherry show you the workings of your RV's Furnace and Air Conditioner.

  • Top 10 Beginner RV Mistakes || RV Living


    These are our top 10 beginner RV mistakes! We're almost to our year mark with full time RV living and you better believe we've made some mistakes. We're giving you the chance to learn from our mistakes so you can avoid them in the future! Happy travels!

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  • Bob Ross - Towering Peaks


    A real Bob Ross classic – the majestic snow covered mountain, rolling foothills, leafy trees and bushes and serene lake.

    Season 10 of The Joy of Painting with Bob Ross features the following wonderful painting instructions: Towering Peaks, Cabin at Sunset, Twin Falls, Secluded Bridge, Ocean Breeze, Autumn Woods, Winter Solitude, Golden Sunset, Mountain Oval, Ocean Sunset, Triple View, Winter Frost, and Lakeside Cabin.

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  • Yellowstone awash with fall colors


    The golden hues of fall are starting to give way to colder temperatures, but this year it seemed like Yellowstone National Park was displaying more color than ever.

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  • Nauker & Delta Rain Dance: Charakters | 4:3 Music Video


    Nauker & Delta Rain Dance blend together tracks from 'Charakters,' their newly-issued tape on Jacktone Records, with crinkly archive footage on this 20-minute audio-visual experience.

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  • Arrival in West Yellowstone 2011


    FasterSkier arrived late Sunday night in West Yellowstone, MT. We were pretty excited to get on snow and talk to skiers out on the trails.

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  • SKI DOO Blizzard of Lava - Yellowstone Caldera 2011


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  • Yellowstone National Park - Bison Parade at Madison River Jun 2011


    Driving through the West Entrance of Yellowstone and right along the Madison River in June of 2011. we came across a parade of bison one morning that were headed to the river for drink and relaxation. The female bison(cows) had their young calves with them.
    Note to visitors to the park:***Do Not venture into the area of bison, especially with their calves. They are protective!

    As is visible, these bison are losing their winter coats

    Bison are among the most dangerous animals encountered by visitors to the various U.S. and Canadian national parks, and will attack humans if provoked. They appear slow because of their lethargic movements but can easily outrun humans — bison have been observed running as fast as 35--40 miles per hour (56--64 km/h).[65] Bison are more agile than one might expect, given their size and body structure.

    Between 1980 and 1999, more than three times as many people in Yellowstone National Park were injured by bison than by bears. During this period, bison charged and injured 79 people, with injuries ranging from goring puncture wounds and broken bones to bruises and abrasions. Bears injured 24 people during the same time frame. Three people died from the injuries inflicted - one person by bison in 1983, and two people by bears in 1984 and 1986.

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  • Bison of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem With Dr Kenneth Cannon


    Dr. Kenneth Cannon presented on bison of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem as part of the Meeteetse Museums' summer 2020 Human and Wildlife Interactions speaker series. His presentation was the kick-off event to the Meeteetse Museums' Bison of the Bighorn Basin project which you can read about here:

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  • Anatomy Of Yellowstone Plumbing Presented by Bob Smith, U of U, Dept Geology & Geophysics


    Dr. Smith’s presentation shows the culmination of more than a decade of research on the Yellowstone volcanic system employing seismic tomography, akin to CAT-scans, creating images from mantle depths of hundreds of km through the volcanic crust and evaluating the 3D structure and time-dependent properties of the Old Faithful geyser. Our results show that magma comes from deep in the earth’s Yellowstone mantle plume, about y7t6651000 km deep, rising into two crustal magmatic bodies the shallowest, 5-16 km, drives Yellowstone’s extensive volcano and hydrothermal system. To extend these studies to high-resolution seismic imagery of the Upper Geyser Basin, we employed the recent availability of new arrays in November 2015 and 2016 of 133 seismographs in collaboration with Yellowstone National Park and the University of Texas El Paso, and acquired over 5TB of data. This unprecedented dense seismic array provided a unique capability for recording environmental seismic signals, delineating in the 3D hydrothermal structure and time-dependent fluid flow. The seismic array recorded unexpected hydrothermal seismic signals attributed to fluid-flow through the hydrothermal body as well as those that do not appear to be related to any individual surface feature. Old Faithful geyser eruptions surprisingly have a very small seismic signal compared to large amplitude 45-minute pre-eruption harmonic tremor signals, likely due to collapsing gas bubbles associated with the subsurface plumbing system. We also discovered an absence of seismic signal for ray paths crossing west through the geyser which suggested a shallow subsurface low velocity body interpreted to be the unexpectedly large Old Faithful hydrothermal reservoir beneath the western part of the geyser apron and extending a kilometer or more westward beneath the Old Faithful Inn and surrounding developed area. Another of the more interesting results were signals consisting of regular spaced harmonic tremors every about 38 minutes on Geyser Hill that are interpreted to be associated with exsolution of CO2 and other gases rising in Doublet Pool. Interestingly our array of course also records humans walking around Old Faithful and we can track them coming and going before and after the eruptions. In addition I will show recently found old video footage of a TV camera lowered over 20 m into the throat of Old Faithful. Note that Old Faithful project is the beginning of University of Utah research and seismic monitoring of Yellowstone’s major hydrothermal systems.

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