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.

Wildlife Brigade

Training Volunteers Who Make Grand Teton Safer for All Tasked with facilitating safe interactions between visitors and animals, Grand Teton’s Wildlife Brigade members are part ambassadors, part compliance officers. This valuable group of volunteers manages roadside “wildlife jams,” patrols picnic …

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Celebrating Antelope Flats Success

With the success of the Antelope Flats campaign, we are feeling humbled, grateful, and inspired by all of our partners and supporters who shared our vision and helped us protect 640 acres in the heart of Grand Teton. Wyoming public schoolchildren—the true beneficiaries of this effort—have a message of thanks and gratitude for everyone involved in acquiring the Antelope Flats parcel for GTNP.

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