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Wildlife is abundant in Grand Teton National Park and visitors have the best chances of seeing bears, elk, deer, moose and eagles at sunrise and sunset and on hiking trails.

Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming is filled with wildlife like bears, moose, elk and eagles. The national park is an Aspen-light mixture of hikers, cowboys, art galleries and families on vacation.

Mama Moose with her baby grazing under willow trees at sunrise.

The nine mile Wilson-Moose Road from Teton Village (ski resort), to the Grand Teton National Park Headquarters is a wildlife hot spot.

The narrow road is lined with yellow and red wildflower-chocked meadows, Aspen groves and rushing mountain streams.


TIP: Drive slowly. Have your camera and binoculars ready. Watch for moose in the willow wetlands, beaver dams in shallow water, elk in the meadows and osprey soaring overhead. Moose jams stop traffic as tourists pull over and snap photos.

Grizzly bear.