We spent a morning with a naturalist from the Teton Science School and it was a highlight of our trip to Jackson Hole.
We were staying at a small lodge, the Bentwood Inn, very close to the science school. Our guide arrived perfectly on time and picked us up at the doorstep. We set off for what was one of the best parts of our trip. We saw everything from coyotes to a bald eagle, moose and elk and a lot of background about migrations in the valley, especially the importance of the pronghorn migration.
It was a terrific addition to our visit to Jackson Hole.
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