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The Magnificent Moose: Habitat Improvement in Jackson Hole

Learn about moose and other wildlife, explore the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem and make an impact as you help improve wildlife habitat in Jackson Hole and at a Wyoming Ranch.
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Program No. 15948RJ
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6 days
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Wyoming

The Magnificent Moose: Habitat Improvement in Jackson Hole

Learn about moose and other wildlife, explore the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem and make an impact as you help improve wildlife habitat in Jackson Hole and at a Wyoming Ranch.
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6 days
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Program No. 15948 RJ
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The Shiras, or Wyoming moose, is a fascinating mammal of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Work to improve and restore the habitat of moose and other local wildlife species, helping them to survive and thrive. Spend half the week in Jackson Hole and the other half of the week on a journey to Daniel, Wyo., where an authentic, 80,000-acre cattle ranch has become a haven for moose and other wildlife displaced by drilling for natural gas. Observe wildlife, learn about wildlife conservation issues and play a role in habitat restoration.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Provide much-needed help to areas around Jackson Hole and on an authentic Wyoming ranch not accessible to the public.
  • Learn from Teton Science Schools experienced naturalists about the science behind all you see and from a docent at the National Museum of Wildlife Art about the collections housed there.
  • Stay at the Lakeside Lodge in Pinedale on Fremont Lake and enjoy a dinner in the Wild West town of Pinedale, Wyo.
Visit the Road Scholar Bookshop
You can find many of the books we recommend at the Road Scholar store on bookshop.org, a website that supports local bookstores.
Along the Ramparts of the Tetons: The Saga of Jackson Hole, Wyoming
by Robert E. Betts
The magnificent valley of Jackson Hole at the base of the soaring Teton Range has long been a stage on which a remarkable series of events has been acted out by an equally remarkable cast of characters. This is that story, told with a verve and excitement which brings the past alive.
Wapiti Wilderness
by Olaus and Margaret Murie
Margaret and Olaus Murie made their home in the Tetons for over thirty-seven years. During this time, Olaus Murie conducted studies of the American elk, the wapiti, and both he and Mardy worked tirelessly for conservation efforts and the preservation of wilderness. Wapiti Wilderness tells the story of their adventurous life raising children while conducting research in the Tetons. This book is available at the Teton Science Schools gift shop.
Legacy of the Tetons: Homesteading in Jackson Hole
by Candy Vyvey Moulton
This second edition of Legacy of the Tetons is a narrative of the bravery, love, heartbreak, joy, and fortitude of the early pioneers. Candy Moulton shares the struggles of those who lived and died on the land—some of whom came on foot in the Mormon Handcart Migration and established the settlement known today as Mormon Row. *Available for purchase on Amazon.com or Powells.com*
The Creation of the Teton Landscape: The Geologic Story of Grand Teton National Park
by Love, Reed and Pierce
This book outlines the earliest history of the area and delves deep into the extensive geology of the region. *Available for purchase on Amazon.com, USED COPIES ONLY*
Meals
15 Meals
5 Breakfasts
5 Lunches
5 Dinners
The following choices may be available when requested in advance: Low Fat, Vegetarian, Low Salt, Gluten Free
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Sep 26, 2021 - Oct 01, 2021
  • Sep 26, 2021 - Oct 01, 2021
4 nights
Jackson
From the highway at the base of Vogel's Hill, all you can see is a road disappearing into the contour of the land. But beyond that lies so much more: The Jackson Campus of Teton Science Schools is busy servicing the educational needs of school children, teachers-in-learning and students of nature young and old, while maintaining and enhancing conservation easements on all but two percent of nearly 900 acres. Carefully integrated into the landscape are two residential lodges, five educational buildings, dining hall, maintenance building and welcome center. Built in 2004, all buildings were designed from a green perspective, using high-performance materials with low-level organic compounds and using minimal resources. Natural lighting and innovation in space design have resulted in an environment that benefits all who live, work and visit here. Residential lodges are dormitory-style, clean, and basic. Each room has enough beds to sleep four or five people, including bunk beds in the rooms, though top bunks are only used for youth. Rooms contain a reading lamp, small table and chair, and private bathroom. All of the buildings have free wifi access; cell phone service is limited.
1 night
Pinedale
Lakeside Lodge Resort and Marina is located on the shore of beautiful Fremont Lake four miles north of Pinedale, Wyoming in the Bridger Teton National Forest. Fremont Lake is the largest and deepest glacially formed lake in the Green River Basin (approximately eight miles long and over 700 feet deep) offering over eight square miles of recreation and enjoyment on one of the cleanest lakes in the United States. Lakeside Lodge offers Western hospitality, privacy, and informal comfort on fifteen acres surrounded by pristine wilderness. The resort is open year round and includes a main lodge and restaurant, deluxe log cabins, rustic cabins and a marina. Area activities include boating, snowmobiling, skiing (water, downhill and cross country), horseback riding, biking, golf, hiking, lake fishing and fly-fishing on the nearby Green and New Fork Rivers.





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