VIDEO: Research Protects Grand Teton’s Wildlife

Part of one of the world’s largest intact temperate ecosystems, Grand Teton National Park is home to a set of predator-prey systems that have remained largely unchanged for thousands of years. To preserve those unique relationships, park biologists utilize Foundation support to perform long and short-term research studies on a variety of species and biological trends. Research findings influence management decisions and conservation plans, with the ultimate goal of preserving Grand Teton’s magnificent wildlife for the enjoyment of future generations.

Watch our latest video highlighting Foundation-funded research projects that are currently underway in Grand Teton National Park!

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