Get Out There.
Being Wild Jackson Hole shares opportunities for our visitors to connect with our wildlife and our landscapes through volunteer opportunities. Find your fun!
DID YOU KNOW?
Volunteering with a local wildlife organization is a great way to help the environment during your vacation.
DID YOU KNOW?
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What Can You Do?
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• Pitch in to protect with one of our local wildlife organizations or volunteer from home by joining our Cache Creek Wildlife Study.
• Help keep Jackson Hole’s wildlife WILD by giving them space and respecting wildlife’s home.
• Plan your next trip to do even more!
Help Native Trout
Protect river vegetation through the River Bend Ranch Riparian Fencing project located in Bondurant, WY. Help install fencing to protect restored native vegetation from being overgrazed with Trout Unlimited. Take part in building exclusionary “pods” which will allow cottonwoods and willows to regrow, while allowing wildlife access to move and migrate through the area. This project will help stabilize stream banks to improve trout habitat. Limited to the first 5 people. Registration required.
October 30 & November 1, 2021
Join a Wildlife Fence Removal Project
Help reduce barriers to wildlife movement and migration by removing or modifying barbed-wire fences with volunteers and staff from the Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation. Limited to the first 10 people. Registration required.
September 25, October 19
June 11, June 25, July 9, July 23
Be part of the largest, one-day citizen science tradition in Teton County! Count moose in a pre-assigned area in Jackson Hole to help biologists have a better understanding of the population and whereabouts of the Jackson Hole moose herd. Registration required.
February 2022 – TBD
with the Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation. Observe professional bird-banders capture, band, and release songbirds to better understand long-term population trends in the Rocky Mountains. This opportunity limited to first 4 people. Registration required.
JUNE & JULY 2022 – TBD
Citizen-Science Wildflower Surveys
Help The Nature Conservancy of Wyoming collect data by participating in a wildflower survey along a couple of popular hiking trails near Jackson. This is a great way to personally help our local plants and wildlife adapt to the impacts of climate change. Limited to the first 9 people. Registration required.
Community Volunteer Days
Join the National Park Service for a day of activity focused on improving trails in Grand Teton National Park. Registration required.