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Wildlife Whereabouts: Spring Green-Up

• Since gestation lengths in mammals are very consistent, calving seasons will be similar to previous years, regardless of weather. The first bison calves of the year were born in early April, with moose and elk to follow in May. ...

Explore Grand Teton Remotely Through TravelStorys App

The mountains and valleys of Grand Teton National Park have the power to awe many who travel through the park. Less visible are the stories that happen behind-the-scenes and those that shaped the history of this place. TravelStorys, a mobile ...

National Park Service and Grand Teton National Park Foundation Begin Multi-year Project to Improve Visitor Access to Snake River

Moose, WY, May 4, 2020—The National Park Service and Grand Teton National Park Foundation are working in partnership on a multi-year project, Snake River Gateways, to transform three river access sites along the Snake River. The project will enhance the ...
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Grand Teton and Yellowstone Close for Public Safety

Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks, at the request of local county health officers, announced on Tuesday, March 24 that they are closed to public access until further notice. The health and safety of visitors, employees, volunteers, and partners is ...

NPS Academy Celebrates a Decade of Success

This month, NPS Academy welcomed its tenth class of future park stewards in Grand Teton. Fifteen new students and two peer mentors gathered to prepare for upcoming internships and explore work opportunities in national parks. During their week, participants learned ...

Adventure Journal: 5 Creative Ways to Experience Grand Teton from Afar

Have you ever wanted to experience the beauty of the Tetons from the comfort of your own home? You are in luck—we have five ways to bring Grand Teton right into your living room. Google Earth Tour: This excursion leads ...

Wildlife Whereabouts: Stepping Into Spring

Photo from CJ Adams/NPS. 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 ...

A Message from Grand Teton National Park Foundation

Spending time outside in nature can give us solace and peace of mind. We share the image below that was taken last Friday in Grand Teton National Park. We hope it brings you comfort and encouragement during this unsettled time. ...

Adventure Journal: Photo Tips for Winter in Grand Teton

By Simon Yeo While Grand Teton National Park may be famous among photographers for its breathtaking summer sunsets and crystal clear mountain reflections, winter in the park offers a whole new set of beautiful Teton views. Whether you are a ...

Wildlife Whereabouts: Deep Snow in February

This winter has been a snowy one for wildlife. Across elevations, the Snake River Headwaters is recording snow water equivalents at or above 100%. Thus, as we enter late winter/early spring, keep in mind that this is the toughest time ...

Volunteer Opportunities in Grand Teton

Volunteers are a critical component of everyday operations in Grand Teton National Park. Their passion and dedication help protect park resources and keep visitors safe and informed during a moose jams, backcountry camping trips, and more. The highest demand for ...

YCP Member Named Youth Conservationist of the Year

We are happy to share that Isabelle Burky, a participant of the Foundation's 2019 Youth Conservation Program (YCP), was recently named Wyoming Game and Fish's first Youth Conservationist of the Year for 2020! Isabelle was selected for the award for ...
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