A queuing system could slow your drive down the bucolic Moose-Wilson Road in Grand Teton National Park next summer as park officials work to protect the scenic corridor's natural resources and history from too much vehicle traffic.
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Wyoming Game and Fish Department officials currently have "no intent" to allow grizzly hunting on National Park Service lands if the bruins are removed from the Endangered Species List.
Yellowstone National Park Lone Dissenter To Plan For Managing Grizzly Bears If They Are Delisted From ESA
Just one vote against a Conservation Strategy intended to see that grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem thrive after they lose Endangered Species Act protections was voiced, and that came from the superintendent of Yellowstone National Park, the core of the ecosystem and heart of grizzly bear recovery.
Since June, the Grand Teton National Park Foundation and the National Park Foundation have been working to raise $23 million to help the National Park Service buy one-square-mile of land owned by the state of Wyoming inside Grand Teton National Park. This video shows why that purchase is important.
It took one man—John D. Rockefeller, Jr.—working surreptitiously to acquire much of the acreage that today is at the heart of Grand Teton National Park. Now national park advocates are following in his footsteps, donating millions of dollars to help protect one square mile in the park from possible development.
They are both breathtaking and fearful, an economic boon and an apex predator, and so it's not surprising that there's controversy around a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service effort to remove Endangered Species Act protections from grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
A young male grizzly was killed early Sunday morning in a collision with a vehicle on the highway that runs through Grand Teton National Park, officials said.
An annual hunt aimed at managing the population of elk in the Jackson Hole valley gets under way in Grand Teton National Park on Saturday and will continue into early December.
Six months after a federal judge ruled that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service erred in its decision to deny Endangered Species Act protections for wolverines, the agency is reconsidering the matter and revisiting a past proposal to give the small predator a "threatened" designation under the act.
Grand Teton National Park and National Parks Conservation Association are hosting an evening presentation, "Climate Change Impacts in Grand Teton National Park and the Greater Yellowstone Area" on Wednesday, October 19 at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson.