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View of the Teton Range in winter
The average snow fall of Jackson Hole valley is 173 inches per year.
Joel Lachowski Photo

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Students snow shoe in the footprints of Grand Teton wildlife and use their own inferences and observations to understand animal behaviors and adaptations. Park rangers lead students on this hike, stopping along the way examine for animal tracking, games and experiments that demonstrate how animal characteristics help them extreme winters. Program lasts approximately 4 hours. Snow shoes are available for loan.

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Education Coordinator

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307-739-3349

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Subject:
Biology: Animals, Environment, Physical Education, Science and Technology, Wildlife Biology
National/State Standards:
WY SC4.1.1 Characteristics of Organisms
type:
Field Trip Program