Park rangers will broadcast live to your classroom from a desk made of snow located at the base of the Teton Range. With more than 173 inches of snow per year and temperatures as low as -63°F, wildlife of the Jackson Hole valley and Grand Teton National Park have many survival challenges. During this interactive "talk show," students laugh as they learn how wildlife adapt to weather and an extreme climate.
How to Participate
Your school will need access to Skype to participate in this program. Since the desk is made of snow, this is only available January through March on selected days. E-mail the education coordinator for available dates and times. Wyoming is on Mountain Standard Time.
- Biodiversity, Biology: Animals, Climate, Ecology, Education, Science and Technology, Wildlife Biology
- Distance Learning