Grand Teton National Park Foundation

Posts With Tag: Wildlife and Natural Resources

  • Adventure Journal: Safe Wildlife Viewing in Grand Teton

    Monday, April 29th, 2019

    Spring in Grand Teton is a time when many species wake up from hibernating, migrate to their summer feeding grounds, and give birth to offspring. For us, it’s also a great time to spot wildlife such as bears, moose, and birds. Wildlife viewing is a favorite spring activity and it’s important to keep a few […]

  • Bear Aware: Are You Prepared?

    Monday, April 29th, 2019

    Grizzly bears began emerging from their dens in mid-March. Males are generally first, followed by females without cubs. Females with cubs of the year are usually last, typically not emerging until sometime in May. Now that bears are out and about and snow on the trails is beginning to melt, it is time to get […]

  • Field Notes from Steve Cain: Wildlife Reproductive Strategies

    Thursday, April 26th, 2018

    Spring in the Rockies is a time of renewal, dramatic season change, and the business of reproduction among wildlife. In this high elevation, interior climate where summers and associated growing seasons are short, animal reproductive strategies focus on getting the job done through a variety of means.


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