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Wildlife Whereabouts: Summer Abundance & Raising Young

The arrival of summer in Grand Teton National Park is marked by long days and warmer temperatures. As the daily high temperatures increase, mid-day animal activity will significantly reduce. Your best chances of seeing the park's incredible wildlife are during ...

Trail Talk: In the Field with Grand Teton’s Youth Conservation Program 2024 – Week 2

The second week of YCP has gotten the crew into a good routine for the season, with a mix of more training and also getting out on the trails and into the dirt. On Monday, YCP returned to the Taggart Lake trail ...

Trail Talk: In the Field with Grand Teton’s Youth Conservation Program 2024 – Week 1

The YCP crew with Foundation supporters and park leadership at Taggart Lake Trailhead! This week marked the official launch of the 2024 Youth Conservation Program (YCP)! This season is the eighteenth summer that the Foundation has partnered with Grand Teton ...

Adventure Journal: Summer Volunteer Days at Grand Teton

Youth Conservation Program (YCP) Participants improve a backcountry trail in Grand Teton. Are you looking for a rewarding way to spend your summer while giving back to the park you love? Grand Teton National Park is calling for volunteers to ...

Snake River Gateways – Moose Landing Progress Continues

Shade structures and a sculptural bronze raft in progress at Moose Landing. The third and final phase of the multiyear Snake River Gateways project is progressing at Moose Landing in Grand Teton National Park. Earlier this year, construction crews completed ...

Grand Teton National Park Foundation Receives Grant from Native American Jump Start for Tribal Youth Programming

Native American Jump Start, an organization whose mission is to provide opportunities of growth and success for Native American individuals and families through education and employment, granted $10,000 to Grand Teton National Park Foundation to help further the Foundation's Tribal ...

Meet Deja Charles: Lead Peer Mentor for NPS Academy

Deja with other interns during her NPS Academy internship at Devils Postpile National Monument. Deja is a National Park Service Academy (NPSA) alum who's passionate about conservation and mentorship. The NPSA program provides on-the-job training for college students that the ...

Spring Wildlife Whereabouts: Migrating, Nesting, and Rearing Young

While May weather fluctuates, the season shifts perceptibly toward summer with warming temperatures, valley snowmelt, and greening vegetation. Park wildlife enjoy the increasing food security, which is vital to pregnant and nursing females. Spring is a time of increased activity ...

Teton Toys Announce GTNP Foundation as their Round-Up Partner for May

Looking for a toy store that not only offers an expansive selection of toys but also makes a positive impact on the community? Look no further than Teton Toys in the town of Jackson and four other locations in the region. Throughout the ...

Pura Vida Spring Break 2024

Participants of the Pura Vida program pose with members of Grand Teton's education team after snowshoeing to Taggart Lake. Grand Teton National Park continues to connect and serve the local Latine community through Pura Vida, a program offering extensive outdoor ...

Adventure Journal: Visiting Grand Teton in Spring

Visiting in Grand Teton this season? Get essential tips for visiting in spring from two park rangers. Join them as they discuss hiking, biking, wildlife viewing, and more. Learn how to navigate spring's changing conditions and get the most out ...

March Wildlife Whereabouts: The Beginnings of Spring

  https://www.gtnpf.org/wp-content/uploads/unnamed-file.mp4 Spring poses significant challenges for wildlife as they contend with depleted winter fat reserves and limited availability of new plant growth, which is often in its earliest stages and sparsely distributed. Consequently, conserving energy remains a critical priority ...
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