Grand Teton National Park is an open-air zoo of sorts, with bison, pronghorn antelope, eagles, and other wildlife usually in view wherever you find yourself in the park. But there is one slice of Grand Teton that is more productive when it comes to spotting animals.
That would be the Moose-Wilson corridor that runs along the Snake River. In the fall bears come down here to munch on the berry-heavy shrubs, while moose like the willows in the river corridor. So good is the wildlife viewing here that the park has put together a video to show you the possibilities.