Black bears roam the entire Yellowstone ecosystem, which includes Grand Teton National Park and the Jackson Hole area.They are always a popular attraction for tourists and photographers—if you can find them! Grizzly numbers have been on the rise for quite over the past decade, displacing some of the Grand Teton Park black bears in the Jackson Lake Dam area, Willow Flats, and Pilgrim Creek areas. I occasionally still see a large black bear in those areas, but most people I speak with say they are less common where Grizzlies have established their range. Continue reading "Black Bears in Berry Bushes."
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“October is a Dynamic Mix of Fall and Winter”
- Fall in the Tetons: Tips for viewing and photographing the premiere season!
- A Trip to Jackson Hole
- If I Had Only One Day in the Tetons
- Where to Find Wildlife in the Tetons and JH Area
- “SHANE” — The Epic Western Movie Filmed in Jackson Hole
- Foliage Reports September/October 2017
- Foliage Reports September/October 2016 :
- Foliage Reports September/October 2015
October 1st: Sunday
Wolf Ranch Road: As you might guess by the photo above, we had snow in Jackson Hole. Town may have only received a few flakes, but most areas north of Snake River Overlook received a big winter blast. Foliage season is roughly 7-14 days later this year than last year. Aspens on the east side of the valley are nearing peak, while some of the other zones are spotty. Cottonwoods along the Gros Ventre and Snake River are changing now. They are not peak, but have a definite Fall appearance. I’ll be adding more photos and foliage updates on this page: Foliage Reports September/October 2017 Nikon D5 and Tamron 150-600mm G2 Lens, Handheld, VC Off. Continue reading "October 2017 Daily Journal for JH and GTNP"