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Moose-Wilson Road Improvements Scheduled for this Spring & Summer

The National Park Service will begin construction activities addressing infrastructure needs in the southern portion of the Moose-Wilson Road in the park beginning this spring. Public access will be limited to weekends during summer construction activities. Visitor Impacts in 2022 ...

Spring Wildlife Whereabouts: Seasonal Transitions Underway

This is a challenging time of year for wildlife as winter fat reserves have been depleted and new season plant growth is in its earliest stages and limited in distribution. Energy conservation is still a high priority. Adult male bears ...

Adventure Journal: Rolling Through April On Teton Park Road

As the first signs of spring begin to emerge in Grand Teton, we can only think of one thing to remedy the post-winter-pre-summer blues-a snow and car free park road during the month of April! The Teton Park Road is ...

North Drinkware Gives Back to Grand Teton

North Drinkware is based in Oregon, creates landscape-inspired tumblers and pint glasses, and is passionate about giving back. The company generously donates a portion of sales from their Teton collection to the Foundation through their partnership with 1% For The ...

February Wildlife Whereabouts: Winter Still Poses Challenges to Park’s Wild Residents

As of Tuesday, February 22, the Snake River Headwaters is recording snow water equivalents at 82% of median, compared to 100% in 2021 and 110% in 2020 for the same day. Even though this has been a low snow year to ...

January Wildlife Whereabouts: Short Days and Long Nights

Grand Teton's harsh winters push wildlife to their limits. Photo: Ryan Sheets Cold temperatures and snowfall have Grand Teton's wildlife utilizing all of their incredible adaptations to navigate and survive the harsh winter season. Moose use their long legs to ...

Grand Teton Reader Shares Tales of Jackson Hole’s Storied Past

From tales of the early days in Jackson Hole told by explorers, homesteaders, and dude ranchers, to stories of early mountaineering feats, mixed with accounts of the struggle to conserve the land that is now Grand Teton National Park, Bob ...

December Wildlife Whereabouts: Settling Into Winter

Bald eagles inhabit the Jackson Hole valley year round without migrating elsewhere. Adult bald eagles with nesting territories in the park/valley remain year-round and will prey on higher numbers of waterfowl as fish become less available under ice. Fall spawning ...

Teton Park Road Grooming Underway & Ranger-led Snowshoe Hikes Return

Teton Park Road will be open for over-snow travel as soon as conditions allow for grooming. We are happy to report that grooming is underway in Grand Teton National Park for the ninth consecutive winter! The Foundation will be partnering ...

Local Artist’s Work to Benefit Wildlife in Grand Teton

Claudia Bueno is a local artist whose love of the Tetons and surrounding areas inspires her creativity. She recently released a new collection of stunning metal sculptures that depict the natural wonders of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, and a portion ...

Wildlife Whereabouts: Winter on the Horizon

Shorter days and cooler nights mean Grand Teton's wildlife are preparing for the long winter ahead. Many of the animals have already begun their migrations to warmer climates, while others are settling into their winter dens in the Tetons. Moose ...

Snake River Gateways Work Comes to a Close at Pacific Creek

Interpretive signs and exhibits have been installed for visitor education at Pacific Creek Landing. The Foundation's multiyear campaign to renew visitor access points along the wild and scenic Snake River in Grand Teton National Park is progressing well. Snake River ...
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