We’d like to extend a special thank you to all the new participants and visitors who joined us at Rendezvous Park in sub-zero temperatures on the morning of February, 26th for Hosted Moose Day.

While only one of our hiking groups spotted a moose, it’s important to remember that in terms of scientific data collection, ‘zero’ is still an important number; the absence of moose on the north side of the Snake River levee near Emily Steven’s Park is still a valuable observation to have collected.

A full Moose Day report from all data collected by citizen-scientists in Jackson Hole will be released in the coming weeks.

We hope you enjoy the gallery of images (photos by Jonathan Selkowitz) from this chilly morning spent with frosty fingers, coffee from Pearl Street, and good company!

We look forward to seeing many of you again soon.

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