Wildlife Viewing Videos

Living with Wildlife

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Duration:
7 minutes, 39 seconds

Living with wildlife challenges all of us. Whether you visit Grand Teton National Park on vacation of live in the valley of Jackson Hole, encountering wildlife in their own environment is thrilling and potentially dangerous.

 

Wildlife Viewing in Grand Teton National Park

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2 minutes, 27 seconds

A major attraction in Grand Teton National Park is spectacular wildlife viewing opportunities. Visitors should be aware that these amazing animals -- moose, grizzly and black bears, elk, and bison -- may be dangerous. Always stay at least 100 yards from bears and wolves.

 

Protect Wildlife, Keep Your Food Safe

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Duration:
2 minutes, 44 seconds

If you love wildlife, please follow all food storage regulations in the park. This short video explains how to store your food and other scented goods. Keep bears from being destroyed due to human food conditioning.

 

Which Bear Did I See?

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Duration:
3 minutes, 19 seconds

Both black and grizzly bears live in the park. Learn about the characteristics and habitats of these two species then take our quiz. Test your ability to recognize these fascinating animals.

 
Grizzly Bear
Grizzly bear searching for army cutworm moths.

Yellowstone Grizzly Bears: A Success Story

Yellowstone Grizzly Bears: A Success Story

Click on the link above to watch this video produced by Wyoming Game and Fish highlighting grizzly bears recovery in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. The once dwindling population of bears occupying Idaho, Montana and Wyoming has been steadily increasing since 1981, when recovery acts under the Endangered Species Act began. Years of collaboration and cooperation by multiple state and federal agencies - as well as public participation - contributed to the success of the species recovery.

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Mailing Address:

P.O. Drawer 170
Moose, WY 83012

Phone:

(307) 739-3300
The central phone will allow you to connect to general park information, park website, directory of employee extensions, or the park business offices.

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