It’s the first week of March and it feels like spring is here! The temperatures have been approaching the mid 40’s but don’t let that fool you, remember we are in Wyoming! The average lows for this time of the year are generally in the mid teens with highs in the low 40’s. It seems that we are
right on track.
In Mid March the park service will begin to plow the parks roads. For just about the entire month of April these roads will be open to non-motorized use. Break out those roller blades and running shoes, because its wonderful to travel directly below the Teton Mt. Range without the sound of
cars driving by.
Winter tours have been a blast. On tours we have been lucky enough to spot species like wolves, bison, elk, bighorn sheep, moose, bald/golden eagles, trumpeter swans, foxes, coyotes, mountain goats, and great grey owls to name a few of the species.
We are excited for this spring season as it is one of our favorite times to be in the parks. The crowds are thin and the wildlife tends to be very active and visible. During the spring months there is still copious amounts of snow in the mountains and a majority of the wildlife tends to be
concentrated in the valley where we conduct our tours.
We are in the park daily! We know where the recent sightings are and without wasting time take you directly to those locations.
Join us for a wildlife and park tour not to forget.
Call now for tour availability!