Wildlife

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 Whereabouts: Warming Up for Winter

Fall means wildlife is on the move! Mule Deer are migrating to warmer winter destinations while migratory birds have already left the valley. Read more about fall in Grand Teton and how wildlife prepares for the cooler months ahead.

VIDEO: Research Protects Grand Teton’s Wildlife

Grand Teton is part of one of the largest, intact temperate ecosystems in the world. In this unique setting, a robust predator-prey system operates much as it has for thousands of years, providing opportunities for ecological research seldom rivaled around the globe. Watch our latest video highlighting Foundation-funded research projects that are currently underway in Grand Teton National Park!

Get the latest news right to your inbox!

Looking for more?

Sign up for our featured park happenings, winter adventure ideas, wildlife spotting, and more!

Scroll to Top