Color Change in Grand Teton National Park Don't miss the most recent release from our four part video series! You'll love these shots of the Tetons' vibrant vistas: beaming bunches of wildflowers, breathtaking sunsets, young aspen trees at summer's end--and the list goes on.
Color Change in Grand Teton comes on the heels of Day and Night in Grand Teton and Weather in Grand Teton, the impressive first two segments of our 'From Valley to Peak' series. Recently completed by Jackson-based videographers New Thought Media, the series features some of the year's most spectacular footage of natural phenomena in the park.
The Foundation partnered with Grand Teton Association to commission the project in an effort to highlight the natural wonders of Grand Teton through a medium that is both contemporary and accessible. The four minute videos showcase a selection of striking natural occurrences through artfully captured landscapes, time-lapses and insightful narration.
The fourth and final video will be released in June. We look forward to sharing it with you in next month's eNewsletter and on our website!
'From Valley to Peak' videos will soon be available as part of a mobile phone app!
Check Grand Teton Association's website for information.
Spring has sprung in the Valley! Young animals are out and about in the park, fish are spawning, and birds are migrating--what a fantastic time of year in the Grand Teton!
- Bison, moose, and elk calving seasons are at their peaks.
- Nearly all bison and elk will have moved off of the National Elk Refuge soon. They will follow snow melt and vegetation to more northern parts of the valley.
- Wolf pups make their first exploratory appearances from their dens.
- Female black and grizzly bears with cubs are now out and about but are making only small movements so that their cubs can keep up.
- Neotropical migrating birds (western tanagers, humming birds, warblers, and others) have returned and are beginning nesting activities.
- Cutthroat trout initiate spawning as water levels rise with spring run off.
- Bald eagle eggs are hatching and young nestlings are being closely guarded by their brooding parents.
Joan Wallner Photography
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In The Spotlight
Support of all Sorts: Corporate Partnerships
As businesses become increasingly aware of the positive impact that national parks have on our country and population, their subsequent decisions to support GTNPF have provided opportunities to creatively engage consumers while also showcasing their efforts. By providing cash and in-kind gifts to projects that benefit the environment, protect wildlife, and reconnect youth to the outdoors, these generous corporate partners make our work in Grand Teton more sustainable and highly visible.
Many thanks to our partners for their continued and enthusiastic support!
Stay up-to-date on more of our partners' great contributions and involvements! Now you can find and follow our corporate supporters in a central location on Twitter.
Check out our new list of Foundation Supporters here!
Discover Grand Teton Online!
This resource complements the park's existing website by highlighting the park's history, geology, ecosystems, flora and fauna as well as the Junior Ranger program.
It's a fantastic reference for the entire family!
location: 25 S. Willow, Suite 10, Jackson, WY 83001
mailing address: P.O. Box 249, Moose, WY 83012
tel: 307-732-0629 fax: 307-732-0639