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Best Place to View Wildlife: Moose-Wilson Corridor

Best Place to View Wildlife: Moose-Wilson Corridor


Congress established Grand Teton as a national park in 1950 which means the National Park
Service manages it for all americans not just those who are here today but
those will be here in future generations in decades to come
in a lot always this national park is like the great
museum institutions all over the country and around the world things like the
National Gallery of Art or the Smithsonian Institution the Metropolitan
Museum of Art those are great exhibits of culture and history their house within
the walls those great institutions this national park is like a great
outdoor living museum where the exhibits change from day to
day from year to year but yet they remain the same whether
people are visiting in the present or 50 years from now the Moose-Wilson corridor truely is a
spectacular destination within Grand Teton National Park and when you
come to this area you’re treated you a slow rustic semi-primitive experience part of the
road is not paved so as you travel that section
you may get a glimpse into the past of what it must have been like that to
travel in this area maybe a century ago for about half the visitors that
come to Grand Teton National Park this is their first time in the park and
many of them have never seen bears, moose, elk dear, beaver and when they see that bear
for the very first time it can be a very exhilarating and
thrilling experience to watch a grizzly with its cubs eating hawthorne’s along the side of the
road to watch an elk on the hillside in the fall bugling is a beautiful multi-sensory
experience sitting along the banks at the beaver
pond is very relaxing and its a very gentle quiet exprience to watch moose grazing in the Willows while a great blue herron fishes in the background many people come to Grand Teton National Park just to see the wildlife and the Moose Wilson corridor is a primer place to have that experience it really is a time sit back, relax, drive
slowly and just take it all of the beauty thats around you

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