Wildlife & Habitat
Settled into the ecological landscape of Grand Teton National Park, the Kelly Campus hosts a variety of native wildlife throughout the year. Moose, bears, wolves, foxes, deer, elk, hawks and other species are commonly seen on or near the Kelly Campus. The area is composed of riparian, aspen, conifer and sagebrush communities.
In addition to the immediate environment of Grand Teton National Park, students have access to Yellowstone National Park, which is only about an hour drive from the north of campus. The Gros Ventre wilderness lies a few miles east of campus and just miles from the National Elk Refuge, which is home to over 10,000 elk during the winter season.