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VIDEO: Protecting Grand Teton’s Wildlife One Bear Jam at a Time

With the start of the busy summer season, it is important to remember to give wildlife the respect they deserve while viewing them in their natural habitat. Whether you are in your vehicle or on foot, you must maintain a distance of at least 100 yards from bears and wolves, and 25 yards from all other wildlife. Watch the video to learn more about what it is like to work on the Wildlife Brigade and how this dedicated group of volunteers helps protect Grand Teton’s species.

Grand Teton National Park

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DONATE TODAY  Thank you for your support of our work in Grand Teton National Park! We could not accomplish all we do without the generosity of people like you. To designate your gift to a specific program that is not …

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Grand Teton National Park Foundation

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WILDLIFE WATCHING GTNPF SUPPORTS WILDLIFE Grand Teton National Park Foundation funds strategic research, on-the-ground protection and restoration, and targeted education to support the long-term conservation and visitor enjoyment of the park’s wildlife populations and the habitat they depend on. During the last …

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BLOG Bear Aware: Are You Prepared? Grizzly bears and black bears are currently using every resource they can find to put on weight that will sustain them throughout their upcoming hibernation period. Common food sources right now range from foraging …


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