Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation Programs
Since 1993, the Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation has worked to make Jackson Hole a more wildlife-friendly community. We’ve done this primarily through on-the-ground projects and solutions implemented through unique partnerships with agencies, organizations, private land owners, and hundreds of hands-on volunteers. Explore the program pages to learn more about these efforts, and find out how you can lend a hand.
"The wildlife and its habitat cannot speak, so we must and we will." - Theodore Roosevelt
20th Anniversary of Wildlife Friendlier Fencing Celebrated at National Museum of Wildlife Art
Thanks to all who joined us for our celebration of our Wildlife Friendlier Fencing program on August 27th. Long-time friends and volunteers of the fence program chatted with newcomers during a reception that preceded the premiere of “Free to Roam,” a 10-minute film about the fence program by Open Range Films.
Thanks also to our special presenter Gregory Nickerson of the Wyoming Migration Initiative (WMI) for making the night even more memorable with an informative presentation about his recent research into the history and archaeology of big game migrations in Wyoming, which indicates that many of these migrations have been around for thousands of years. He also discussed recent WMI research evaluating the threats these migrations face today and how migration science is being shaped and communicated to catalyze the long-term conservation of big game migration corridors.
Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation
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Jackson, WY 83002
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