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August 2011 Clear Search

  • Thursday August 18, 2011
  • Ultimate Yellowstone Adventure

    “Have you ever seen a doe and a fawn swim across a lake together? Have you ever been so close to a herd of nearly 36 big-horned sheep that you could reach out and touch one? Have you ever seen Sandhill cranes doing a mating dance?”
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  • A Summer of Life Changing Experiences

    The Kelly Campus became a home for nearly 40 high school students through the month of July. Three different long term programs, ranging from 3-4 weeks, were envisioned and led by three strong teams of Graduate Students as a part of their Summer Capstone, celebrating the
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  • Wyoming Survey: Our Children and the Outdoors Film [VIDEO]

    The Teacher Learning Center recently completed a film about the results of the Our Children & the Outdoors: Wyoming Survey 2010. The film premiered at the Outdoor Nation Summit in Denver, Colorado to an audience of 200 young people and outdoor industry representatives from
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  • Revisiting our Mission: Journeys School Faculty Retreat

    For the 21st time since the founding of Journeys School, the faculty spent two days at the Kelly Campus of Teton Sceince Schools in retreat. The purpose of these retreats is to reflect on both the mission and philosophy of the school as well as to reconnect with peers outside of the daily
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  • A Bird In The Hand Is Worth…

    ...A lifetime of interest and stewardship in the natural world! Up-close encounters with beautiful, wild birds grab our visitor’s eyes, while linking our actions to their well-being puts consequence into thought. Our research tries to understand how development like houses affects riparian
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  • Grizzly Cub Exchange

    Late in July, a cub-exchange occurred between two female grizzly bears in Grand Teton National Park. This spring, fifteen-year-old grizzly bear #399 (a research number assigned to her in 2001) emerged from her winter den with three cubs, while 399’s five-year-old daughter, #610,
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