Wildlife Viewing Tips

A major attraction found at Grand Teton National Park includes the spectacular wildlife viewing opportunities. Visitors should be aware that these amazing creatures can be dangerous. Watch the video below for some great tips on how to enjoy wildlife in the park safely. You will need Adobe Flash installed on your computer. Animals such as moose, grizzly and black bears, elk, and bison may be dangerous when provoked or frightened. Always maintain a distance of 100 yards from the large mammals.

To learn about the unique Wildlife Brigade prgram at the park visit this web site. Volunteers working on the Wildlife Brigade staff traffic jams caused by wildlife sightings. These hardworking employees help create a safe and enjoyable viewing experience for visitors.

 
Grand Teton Wildlife Viewing Tips

Last updated: February 24, 2015

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