Jackson Hole Wildlife Journal & Blog

Jackson Hole Wildlife Tour Log Late December 2017

Winter has arrived in Jackson Hole, and a battle for life has begun. Wildlife are becoming concentrated in the valley floor, sheltering from deep snows in the Teton Range and Yellowstone National Park. The winter season is a great time to observe wildlife in the Jackson Hole Valley, learn more about what we have been seeing this month! Read more

Experience the Winter Bighorn Rut

“CRACK!” Like a gunshot the sound of two bighorn butting heads can be heard over a mile away. It’s a tell-tale sign (and sound!) of winter in Jackson Hole. The bighorn rut, or mating season, is here and it is one of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystems most powerful spectacles of nature. Here’s what you need to know about this not to be missed natural event. Read more

Ski and Snowshoe Tours with Jackson Hole EcoTour Adventures

We are excited to announce our new naturalist guided cross country and snowshoeing programs that will be offered in Grand Teton National Park starting December 15th. Read on to learn more about how to maximize your winter experience in Jackson Hole! Read more

Conservation Conversations, Fall Wildlife Safari with the Greater Yellowstone Coalition

Located at the interior of over 20 million acres of diverse habitat, Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks are often seen as the core of what is called the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE). As one of the last relatively intact temperate ecosystems left on earth, the GYE is home to massive mammal migrations, the largest remaining wild bison herd, diverse bird species, grizzly bears, wolves and more. This October, Jackson Hole Ecotour Adventures partnered with our friends at the Greater Yellowstone Coalition to share the GYE with Coalition members, an intimate three day exploration of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. Read more

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