Relax. It’s fine, and in fact, this restless caldera has been in a subsidence phase for a while.
Am posting this now simply because I just realized I missed Sunday’s volcano post a week ago.
And everybody wants to know how Yellowstone is doing, including those “Buffalo Soldiers” of the 25th Infantry posing up above on a travertine terrace in 1896, per the USGS.
You would be amazed at how closely they monitor this volcano!
- Yellowstone Volcano Observatory
- The Truth About Yellowstone
- Global Volcanism Program’s Yellowstone page
- Yellowstone National Park
A bobcat in Yellowstone, unsuccessfully looking for food:
Update: Don’t worry. He didn’t starve.
Cougars in Yellowstone:
When we let nature be nature amazing things can happen.
Protect nature in all its forms. #ActOnClimate #ClimateAction #climate #energy #nature #rewilding pic.twitter.com/cN4RTwQCnc
— Mike Hudema (@MikeHudema) August 13, 2022
Note: It is not the bobcat’s fault that beavers in Yellowstone disappeared for a while.