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The National Elk Refuge is pleased to announce its 2014 / 2015 winter program schedule for the Jackson Hole & Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center.
Wildlife viewers are asked to respect all closures in and around the National Elk Refuge this winter season. Repeated disturbance throughout the winter from people walking into a closed area can impact an animal's health and survival.
Motorists driving on Highway 26 / 89 /191 north of Jackson, Wyoming are urged to be especially vigilant this week while traveling between the hours of dusk to dawn due to the presence of wildlife.
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.
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