Jackson Hole Wildlife Journal & Blog

Celebrate 100 years of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act with a birding tour in GTNP!

There’s a secret hiding in plain view across the Jackson Hole Valley. If you look closely beneath the stunning Teton Range, past the giant bison, elk, and grizzly bears, you will find that Grand Teton National Park holds an incredible diversity of bird life. We’re excited to announce the addition of Birding Specific tours to our lineup, come join the experienced Avian Biologists of Jackson Hole EcoTour Adventures and find out how amazing birding can be in Jackson Hole! Read more

EcoTour Adventures 2018 Guide Training Trip Report

Earlier in May we gathered for a five day staff retreat and training, preparing to share this beautiful landscape with over 5000 visitors annually. The guides of Jackson Hole EcoTour Adventures are your sustainable connection to the wilderness of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, enjoy this trip report from our summer 2018 training! Read more

Tracking Course June 16-17 and 25-26 with Tracking Specalist Michelle Peziol

Jackson Hole EcoTour Adventures is Excited to Announce Two CyberTracker Tracking Evaluation Courses with Evaluator Michelle Peziol Jackson Hole, Wyoming. We are offering two courses, one on Saturday and Sunday June 16th-17th and the second Monday and Tuesday June 25th-26th Join us in expanding your wildlife, naturalist, and observational skills in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Michelle is a Tracking Specialist and Teton Cougar Project Staff member who became the first female Track and Sign Evaluator in the US in 2017. Read on for more information about this exciting course! Read more

Living With Large Carnivores Part One: Bear Identification

Grizzlies are now active in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, with black bears soon to emerge. Learn how to correctly identify the differences between these two charismatic mammals who call Jackson Hole home! Read more

Wyoming’s Mammal Migrations Break Long Distance Records

All across the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, rivers of tens of thousands of animals are now flowing out of the regions valleys, following a wave of greening vegetation into the mountains. By migrating, animals can access the best quality forage as it emerges across the landscape, an ancient strategy which has enabled them to thrive across the GYE. But many of these migrations may be at risk, and without help could be lost forever. Read more