Local Wildlife May started with a whisper of winter and ended with the brilliance of spring — from brown dried vegetation to vibrant green leaves and the dance of color on the hillsides. Bears emerged from dens and the infamous Grizzly 399 surfaced and greeted onlookers with four new cubs. She's quite the matriarch! See Grizzly 399 with her cubs … [Read more...] about May Nature News: Moose calves, bison calves and Grizzly cubs, oh my!
Local Climate December brought wintry weather to Jackson Hole. Temperatures became frigid spurring animals to move to winter territories. We spotted moose in Grand Teton National Park and herds of elk and deer were seen throughout the valley. The season of winter began with the winter solstice on December 21. As the days get shorter and … [Read more...] about December Nature News: Winter Wildlife Closures aim to Give Wildlife a Break
November has been a snowy month. Early moisture helps increase winter visitation as people watch the weather and choose where to ski. Everyone gets excited. Skiing by the end of the month is quite good. The weather pattern has been a bit warm creating a solid snow pack around trees, rocks, stumps and vegetation. The month ends with almost 100 inches of fresh … [Read more...] about Nature News: November