Yellowstone superintendent said he still feels his forced transfer — leading to his retirement — was punitive but has no proof such was actually the case.
After promising to use one population formula into the ‘foreseeable future,’ Yellowstone-area managers may have a different method to choose from next spring.
Park Superintendent Dan Wenk loses skirmish with Trump administration and is told to decide by Aug. 2 to accept transfer, resign or face firing.
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Superintendent Dan Wenk outlined five actions the park will take in response to a recent inspector general investigation