Welcome to Geyser WatchAn Online Field Journal - part of YellowstoneNaturalist.com
Watching water go the other way…
as well as many more not-quite-so-exciting thermal features of Yellowstone.
THE LATEST NEWS:
(updated on 10 June 2016)
- Fan and Mortar Geyser is still active about every 6(ish) days – 5 to 9 days is the recent range.
- A small unnamed geyser next to Green Spring at Black Sand Basin (Also Known as BSB-2) is active this spring, but isn’t being reported very often right now.
- Mugwump Geyser is active – located in Three Sister’s Spring.
If you do witness a rare eruption, I’d also like to hear from you.
News from Yellowstone Naturalist:
Why is it called Black Pool when it’s blue?
by Janet Jones on April 15, 2017 at 19:46
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Giant Geyser Awakening?
by Janet Jones on January 3, 2017 at 15:54
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Watching “N.O.T. Geyser” grow at West Thumb
by Janet Jones on December 6, 2016 at 21:19
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