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Summer 2012
Stay tuned for upcoming summer events in Grand Teton. See you in the park!

Opening dates and fees for Grand Teton’s 2012 season can be found here.

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Grand Teton National Park will host a series of lectures titled, Our Changing Park, beginning on Thursday, August 19. The lecture series will offer a glimpse into some of the current issues affecting the park. Lectures will be presented by specialists in a variety of subject areas; these experts will share their observations about the various changes affecting the park's natural and cultural resources. All talks will take place at 7 p.m. in the Director's Room at the Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center in Moose.

University of Wyoming/National Park Service Seminar Series Dinner

Berol Lodge located near Leeks Marina
5:30 p.m. dinner with a talk at 6:30 p.m. ($5 donation) reservations not required

July 14
Phil Withers: The Power of Comparative Physiology in Understanding Animal Survival

July 21
Dr. Bob Smith: Gros Ventre/Teton Shaking and a Bigger Yellowstone Plume Earthquake Clustering and Volcano Electric Imaging

July 28
William Schuster: Experimental Study of the Role of Foundation Taxa in Ecosystems

August 4
Jake Goheen: Ecology and Conservation of Large Mammals in Human-Occupied Landscapes

New Park Auditorium

Grand Teton National Park invites you to enjoy special presentations and films at the Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center Auditorium. This new facility serves as a launching point for grand experiences through the interpretive park film “Life on the Edge” as well as an exciting speaker series. Grand Teton National Park Foundation donors funded this 3,600-square-foot, 154 seat auditorium, featuring recycled, sustainable, and energy-efficient materials. The auditorium is fully accessible and equipped for the hearing impaired. Please ask at the Visitor Center for details.

July 13 3:00 p.m.
Barbara Mueller: John Colter

August 3 6:30 p.m.
Dan Thomasma: Local folk music focused on western culture

August 17 6:30 p.m.
Arthur Meunier, National Weather Service: Climate Change

August 22 6:30 p.m.
Ken Thomasma: Sacajawea

August 30 6:30 p.m.
Chris Jones, National Weather Service: Teton Weather

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