JH Wildlife Foundation will lead wildlife walks up Cache

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – The Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation has planned a couple of short wildlife walks in Cache Creek this Saturday, February 2. These winter wildlife treks are in celebration of this year’s Winter Trails Day.

There will be two staff-led 45-minute wildlife walks up Cache Creek with an eye on observing birds, mammals, and animal sign. It’s sort of an easy introduction into JHWF’s flagship citizen-science program Nature Mapping Jackson Hole.

The walks will depart at 12:30pm and 2:00pm, from the organization’s informational booth in the Cache Creek trailhead parking lot. The walks are free and all ages are welcome to attend. If you can’t make the walks, feel free to stop by the JHWF informational booth anytime between noon and 4pm just to say hi.

Snowshoes are not required, however please bring appropriate clothing and footwear. Weather looks like low 30s with a good chance of snow.

Email [email protected] with any questions.

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