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Take the Yellowstone Pledge!

The Yellowstone Pledge is a personal promise you can make to yourself and the park. It can be taken anywhere: it doesn’t need to be taken out loud or in front of anyone. Tag #YellowstonePledge and encourage others to do the same.

– To be a steward and help protect myself and the park, I pledge to:

– Practice safe selfies by never approaching animals to take a picture.

– Stay on boardwalks in thermal areas.

– Protect hot springs by not throwing anything into them.

– Park in designated areas and avoid blocking traffic.

– Stay with my car if I’m stuck in a wildlife jam.

– Travel safely in bear country by carrying bear spray, making noise, and hiking in groups.

– Keep my food away from animals.

– Recycle what I can and put my garbage in bear-proof containers.

– Tell a ranger, or call 911, if I see someone whose behavior might hurt them or the park.

Thanks for taking the pledge and showing your dedication to Yellowstone!

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5 Thoughts to “Take the Yellowstone Pledge!”

  1. Urban Outdoorsman

    Stop building gift shops and hotels then

    1. Chauncy Gilmore

      RoadTripVidz Thank God I am not alone . They have turned our parks into shopping malls and resorts just like the rest of America one giant coast to coast shopping mall where people spend their money on worthless over inflated crap all while restricting access to the backcountry with their arbitrary rules and regulations that for the most part act as tool to keep us out and gagged in like cattle at certain places throughout the parks .

  2. Christopher Heldt

    i heard they were starting to put up cell towers all over the park. Muir and Roosevelt would say leave it as it is. There should always be some places that are natural and wild.

  3. Chauncy Gilmore

    Take back control of the places that take our breath away . Currently being ran by those who wish to restrict our access down to a limited area and keep us corralled like cattle . This is not the same National park service we once had .

  4. SchwiftedBear

    Honestly, it should become illegal to build anything in Yellowstone unless it is absolutely necessary for actually important reasons. Leave it as it is

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