15948
Wyoming
The Magnificent Moose: Habitat Improvement in Jackson Hole
Learn about moose and local wildlife, explore the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and make an impact as you help preserve a haven for moose in Grand Teton and an authentic Wyoming Ranch.
Program No. 15948RJ
Length
6 days
Starts at
925
Getting There
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At a Glance

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.
Activity Level
Outdoor: Challenging
Walking up to three miles over uneven terrain. Sustained physical work outdoors. Elevations above 6,200 feet.
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.
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Lisa McGee
After graduating from Miami University in Ohio with a bachelor’s degree in anthropology, Lisa McGee worked as a ranger and naturalist in both Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. She went on to graduate with honors from the University of Wyoming College of Law with a focus on public lands and natural resource law. She became the Director of the Wyoming Outdoor Council’s national parks and forests program in 2005, and the Outdoor Council’s program director in 2013.
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Kyle Kissock
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