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WOLVES (our all-girls summer backcountry program) participants do some evening journaling on String Lake, earlier in the summer. . . PC: Laura Brown, Becca Williams, Sophie Poukish
Road Scholars on a recent intergenerational camping program got to wake up to this sunrise in the Hayden Valley.
Hot springs show their colors in Yellowstone’s Upper Geyser Basin, with the Old Faithful Inn visible in the background. . . PC: Dylan Klinsteker
Today is the final day of day programs for summer 2018! Thanks to all of the staff and volunteers that worked together to make this summer of programming come together. . . We’ll be announcing the 2019 lineup of day programs in a few months, so stay tuned to our website (link in profile) for updates. . . PC: Scott Whisler and Mimi Andrews
Jaws and Claws campers explored at Taggart Lake last week. This week marks the end of summer day programs at the Jackson Campus for the year. . . PC: Kate Romanaggi and Mimi Andrews
Today we are hosting the 2018 Murie Spirit of Conservation Award! This year the award winner is Bert Raynes (standing second from the far right). Congrats Bert! In this photo Bert is gathered with Mardy Murie (seated on the far left) and other friends . . Each year the award is given to a person who has demonstrated an exemplary commitment to the protection of Wildlife and wild places. Previous winners of the award include Sally Jewell and Harrison Ford . . PC: Bert Raynes Photo Collection
Have you ever seen a grizzly bear in the wild? What about a wolf? Have you ever heard a bull elk bugle? If not, consider joining @wildlifeexpeditions of Teton Science Schools on a 3-day tour of Grand Teton and Yellowstone in September or October. Click on the link in our bio to learn more! . . PC: Wildlife Expeditions Lead Guide, Sarah Ernst (@sernst83 )
Students and parents from the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth are currently participating in a field education program based on our Jackson Campus. Earlier this week they visited Yellowstone and had the chance to soak in the vistas and scan for wildlife
A few highlights from the Ultimate Grand Teton Adventure backcountry program, including summit photos from Taylor Mountain and a campfire at the Murie Ranch with Docent Dan. . . PC: Mac Baker, Kelly Eagan, and Justin Sonberg
It's difficult to impart a true sense of scale in photographs of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Remember that video we posted of the Lower Falls? Here’s another angle, captured on a @WildlifeExpeditions Yellowstone trip. Swipe right to get a better sense of the size. Closer. Closer... . . PC: Dylan Klinesteker
Early morning journal writing at Leigh Lake. . . PC: @orijinmedia
Mountains and Mudpots participants spent an overnight in Yellowstone two weeks ago and peered over the Lower Falls. . . PC: Sami Wolniakowski and Liz Forelle
Tonight, the 24th class of Teton Science Schools graduate students will celebrate the conclusion of their program at TSS’s historic Kelly Campus. . . PC: Asnoldo Benitez
It’s been a bit hazy in Jackson Hole this week, but JE Cosgriff students still got some good views while hiking. . . PC: Kaile Kota
Canyon Kids aren't afraid to get their hands dirty. . . PC: Amanda Haraksin and Alison Wilson
Marchin' into Monday... . . PC: Sarah Ernst
West Thumb Geyser Basin on Yellowstone Lake. Mountains and Mudpots participants got to take in this view last week before the storm hit. . . PC: Sami Wolniakowski and Liz Forelle
Girl Scouts paddle String Lake as a part of the Destinations: Wildlife, Geysers and Mountains program. . . PC: Kaitlin Rookus
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