Fall in the Tetons
Fall is here in the Tetons. Right now one can witness beautiful fall color, elk bugling, moose in rut and the majesty of
Do You Know Which Feline is the 2nd Largest in the Americas?
That’s right. It’s called mountain lion, cougar, wildcat, panther, or puma – depending on local terminology. Although they are not an endangered species, mountain lions
What Are Elk Doing in Jackson Hole, Wyoming Right Now?
Elk are now in the midst of their mating season. Bulls (males) have now established their “harems” of cows (females) and will mate as
Are North American Bald Eagles Actually “Bald?”
No! This descriptive term derives from the visual perceived by many observers. They are actually “white headed” due to the white feathers on their
Ermine… Small Weasel or Veracious Predator?
Ermine are one of the smallest members of the weasel family, averaging between 8″ and 12″ in length. However, their physical size and weight
Want to see a Bighorn Sheep up-close and live?
Bighorn Sheep will arrive near the town of Jackson, WY at any time now. The herd of around 100 plus animals migrate from an area
So, What are elk doing around Jackson, WY right now?
Elk are now in the midst of their mating season. Bulls have established their “harems” of cows and will mate as soon as the females
Wouldn’t you like to see these beautiful birds up close?
Trumpeter Swans are the largest and some of the most majestic of all native North American waterfowl. Adults stand at 4 ft, have a wingspan
Things that might interest you about Grand Teton National Park!
Grand Teton National Park was officially formed in 1950. Prior to then, beginning in 1926, it was known as Grand Teton National Monument. As a