Yellowstone National Park, commonly referred to simply as Yellowstone, was an American national park located primarily in the state of Wyoming. It was known for its wildlife and its many geothermal features, spanning an area of about 3500 square miles and comprising lakes, canyons, rivers and mountain ranges.[1]

In a 1926 issue of The New York Ghost, it was reported that Seraphina Picquery, the President of MACUSA, had assured the wizarding public that recent disturbances at Yellowstone held no magical connection.[2]


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