Eyes on Yellowstone made possible by Canon U.S.A.
For over 25 years, the educational and research program Eyes on Yellowstone has assisted with scientific studies in conservation, endangered species protection and cutting-edge technology essential to managing park wildlife and ecosystems.
Eyes on Yellowstone is made possible by generous annual grants from Canon U.S.A., Inc. to Yellowstone Forever. Canon is the single largest funder of wildlife conservation and research in Yellowstone National Park, providing financial and technical support for the following programs:
The park now has a good understanding of both recent and historic climate trends in temperature, rainfall, and snowpack. Yellowstone Park staff has used this knowledge to raise awareness about climate change through presentations, website, and publications.
The goal of the Yellowstone Bat Study is to establish a long-term monitoring program for little brown bats (Myotis lucifungus) in Yellowstone, in response to the emerging threat of the disease white-nose syndrome (WNS), which has decimated bat populations in the eastern part of the country and is gradually moving west.