Yellowstone National Park — The world’s first national park — experienced its second busiest May on record, according to the National Park Service.  KTVQ.com reports that the busy month full of visitors comes as the park faces $2 million in funding cuts through the Trump White House’ proposed budget.  The park hosted close to 420,000 visitors in May.  According to the National Park Service, the number of visitors in 2017 is up 28.7 percent from 2013.  Glacier National Park stands to lose $1 million from its budget.