The first day of Spring- March 20, 2013! In Jackson, it is snowing which is typical weather in March. It is a bit harder to see signs of spring when living in the mountains. Tulips, daffodils, and lilacs are a long ways off. Even so, changes are occurring. Bears have been seen for about a week so bear spray is needed when touring. Birds are migrating back … [Read more...] about Spring is here!
Nature News- June. The first three weeks of the month were wet and cold. Then, the solstice! Mother Nature began to shine with seventy degree temperatures and blue bird skies. Nature is flourishing and bursting forth with the change in weather. It is truly impressive how all the species wait for optimal conditions. Within one week, plant blooms dot the … [Read more...] about June Nature News- summer arrives, grizzlies seen
What a glorious first day of summer in Jackson Hole! The day is sunny and seventy degrees. The yellow blossoms of Arrowleaf Balsamroot dot the hillsides and young animals can be found throughout the valley. Brids are abundant and nature's beauty thrives. Trails are mostly accessible below 7500 feet and hiking options abound. Within the Bridger-Teton National … [Read more...] about Summer in Jackson Hole!
May. The spring of 2011 will remain in the record books. Over 12 feet of snow covers the mountains and additional accumulation is predicted. Water content is 185% of average and spring temperatures will determine the potential for floods. We have received over 700 inches of snow this season. The avalanche hazard and weather forecast has been reinstated. Wet … [Read more...] about May Nature News in Jackson Hole, WY – landslide, deep snow pack, daily spring changes