Protecting Wildlife

through research & conservation

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Introducing Youth

to wilderness experiences

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Enabling New Ways to Explore The Park

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Who We Are

We Directly Support Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton National Park Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization that funds projects that enhance Grand Teton National Park’s cultural, historic, and natural resources and helps others learn about and protect all that is special in the park.

The Foundation initiates improvements, critical research, and outreach that enrich visitors’ experiences to help create a stable future for Grand Teton National Park.

What We Do

Recent Blog Posts

  • Adventure Journal: Safe Wildlife Viewing in Grand Teton

    Monday, April 29th, 2019

    Spring in Grand Teton is a time when many species wake up from hibernating, migrate to their summer feeding grounds, and give birth to offspring. For us, it’s also a great time to spot wildlife such as bears, moose, and birds. Wildlife viewing is a favorite spring activity and it’s important to keep a few […]

  • Bear Aware: Are You Prepared?

    Monday, April 29th, 2019

    Grizzly bears began emerging from their dens in mid-March. Males are generally first, followed by females without cubs. Females with cubs of the year are usually last, typically not emerging until sometime in May. Now that bears are out and about and snow on the trails is beginning to melt, it is time to get […]

  • Wildlife Whereabouts: Spring is in the Air

    Monday, April 29th, 2019

    Warm temperatures, valley snowmelt, and greening vegetation will help many of Grand Teton’s animals get a jump on replenishing critical energy reserves, particularly pregnant females that will be giving birth in the next two months. • Since gestation lengths in mammals are very consistent, calving seasons will be similar to previous years, regardless of weather. […]


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