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September 2017 Clear Search

  • Monday September 25, 2017
  • My First Summer in the Tetons . . . and I Only Hiked Once

    Living in a place like Jackson with an injury can be extremely frustrating, and, at times, isolating. While my friends were out conquering their summer goals list, backpacking in the Gros Ventre, climbing at Blacktail Butte, or doing alpine climbs in Grand Teton National Park, I was watching Meru on the couch.
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  • Monday September 11, 2017
  • A Yellow Leaf, A Distant Bugle: Autumn!

    Autumn in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE) is filled with exciting phenological changes, from elk bugling, to bears in hyperphagia, to the changing leaves. The auditory and aesthetic beauty of these phenomena are certainly worth experiencing, but why do they occur at all?


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