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The National Elk Refuge is pleased to offer an opportunity this month to celebrate several significant dates in the history of the National Wildlife Refuge System.
While visitation at the Jackson Hole & Greater
Yellowstone Visitor Center this month continues to climb, the average age of
visitors may be lower than normal. Several large school groups, a holiday
special event, and off-site classroom
presentations have provided outreach to children in the past two weeks.
Presidents’ Day is now popularly viewed as a day
to celebrate all U.S. presidents past and present. In the spirit of history,
the Jackson Hole & Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center will be hosting an
event on Monday, February 17 to celebrate an important part of Jackson Hole’s
It was a change of pace at the Jackson Hole & Greater
Yellowstone Visitor Center last month as a temporary exhibit focused less on
the biological aspects of wildlife and habitat and more on the inspiration they
provide to artists.
Elk Refuge and Wyoming Game & Fish Department wildlife managers have determined that available forage on the
Refuge has declined to levels where supplemental feeding of elk and bison is necessary.
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