Jackson Hole Wildlife Journal & Blog

Living With Large Carnivores Part Two: Safety in Bear Country

Coexisting with large carnivores like grizzly bears means taking steps to avoid conflict. Here's how to protect yourself and our wild neighbors in one of the last intact temperate ecosystems left on earth! 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

Jackson Hole Wildlife Tour Log Early April 2017

Spring is here! From the great migrations of mule deer, elk, and pronghorn antelope, to emerging grizzlies, returning songbirds and denning wolves, April is a spectacular time to view wildlife in Jackson Hole. Learn the latest from the Jackson Hole Wildlife Log for Early April. Read more

Unlocking the Mysteries of Bighorn Health in Jackson Hole

What do helicopters, gps collars and bighorn sheep have in common? They are all an integral part of research being conducted by Wyoming Game and Fish (WYG&F) and the University of Wyoming (UW) just outside of Grand Teton National Park! Ecotour Adventures Naturalists Laura Krusheski and Josh Metten recently joined scientists for a hands on capture operation just outside Grand Teton National Park. Read on to learn more about this important research. Read more

The 2017 Jackson Hole Solar Eclipse

This year on August 21st a total solar eclipse will occur over Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park! Learn more about this uncommon and spectacular celestial event! Read more