Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Best Place to View Wildlife: Moose-Wilson Corridor

In this short video, Grand Teton National Park provides an overview of the wildlife that can be seen along the Moose-Wilson corridor. The Grand Tetons are home to 61 mammals, and more than 200 species of birds. This film provides a quick overview of what you might see during your visit:



Many of the mammals and birds highlighted in this video can be seen while hiking. Our list of the Top 10 Hikes in the Grand Tetons provide numerous opportunities for spotting a variety of wildlife.

Furthermore, there are several trails located along the Moose-Wilson Corridor that provide outstanding opportunities for seeing wildlife. This includes the Phelps Lake Overlook, Granite Canyon, as well as the Aspen Ridge-Boulder Ridge Loop in the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve.



Jeff
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TetonHikingTrails.com
RockyMountainHikingTrails.com
HikingintheSmokys.com

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