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The National Elk Refuge completed a summary of the 2014 trumpeter swan nesting season this week, bringing with it good news regarding nesting pairs on the refuge.
A special exhibit is on display at the visitor center to celebrate National Wildlife Refuge Week and help visitors understand the National Elk Refuge's unique role in the Jackson Hole valley.
The refuge will again partner with the Greater Yellowstone Coalition this fall to provide bear-deterrent pepper spray for licensed hunters during the 2014 refuge elk and bison hunting programs.
Prescribed fires often bring to mind fuels reduction and wildland fire mitigation. However, a fire conducted by Teton Interagency Fire managers this week had a stronger tie to Jackson Hole history and early farming practices.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced today an extension on its Notice of Availability (NOA) for a draft Comprehensive Conservation Plan (CCP) and Environmental Assessment (EA) for the National Elk Refuge.
Refuge Manager Steve Kallin issued a reminder today that the multi-use pathway from Flat Creek to the Gros Ventre bridge will remain open through October 31.
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