Jackson Hole Wildlife Journal & Blog

Explore Fall in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks!

There is a crispness in the air today Jackson Hole. Mornings are cold and leaves are starting to change. The fall has always been a special time to me, with fond memories of still evenings listening for the bugling of elk beneath golden aspen groves. Right now there is something for everyone in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, read on to learn more! Read more

Species Profile: Elk

It’s Autumn in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. Now is the time to experience one of North Americas most spectacular wildlife displays, the Elk Rut. Read more

Secrets of Fall Foliage of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks

Fall is coming to Jackson Hole. Leaf viewing enthusiasts are flocking to Jackson Hole to observe this seasonal spectacle and enjoy our abundant wildlife. Want to learn more about the science of changing leaf color? Read on. Read more

Getting the Most out of the Jackson Hole Total Solar Eclipse

In less than three weeks a once in a lifetime event will occur across Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park, a total Solar Eclipse. With stunning mountain vistas, Grand Teton National Park and the valley of Jackson Hole are popular locations for viewing the eclipse, which is predicted to be the valley’s largest event in history. Planning on viewing the eclipse in Jackson Hole? Here’s what you need to know. Read more

What is the value of a National Monument?  Just look at Grand Teton National Park

Today the valley of Jackson Hole is protected by Grand Teton National Park but before 1950 much of it could have been lost to development, threatening habitat for pronghorn antelope, elk, bison, grizzly bears and more. Learn more about the battle for Jackson Hole and current threats to other National Monuments across the country. Read more