Wildlife Expeditions

Exploration is in our nature

Yellowstone + Grand Teton National Parks

Our Wild Classrooms, Experience the Teton Science Schools Tour Difference

Wildlife Expeditions is the original tour provider in the greater Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Since 1999, our biologists and naturalists have shared the magic of this amazing ecosystem with curious guests seeking more out of their experience in the wild. Observe wildlife in their natural habitats and learn about local ecology, history, biology and botany from professional educators.

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Winter Tours

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Once in a lifetime chance to experience the solitude and serenity of Yellowstone National Park during winter. Witness Old Faithful and other geothermal features in a dramatic winter landscape with an interpretive guide.

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Full-day interpretive tour designed for wildlife aficionados. Greatest opportunity to observe and learn about elk, moose, and bighorn sheep coyotes, birds of prey, and possibly wolves in Grand Teton National Park, National Elk Refuge, and surrounding National Forest lands.

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Hands-on interpretive and wildlife viewing tour designed for kids. Explore Grand Teton National Park and surrounding National Forest lands with your own personal guide who’s really a kid at heart.

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The Wildlife, Art & Sleigh Tour combines the best of winter wildlife activities in Jackson Hole. View wildlife in a natural setting, take in wildlife inspired art and experience a wildlife refuge up close.

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Half-day interpretative tour designed for wildlife viewing. Opportunity to observe and learn about elk, moose, bighorn sheep, birds of prey, and possibly wolves in Grand Teton National Park, National Elk Refuge, and surrounding National Forest lands. Perfect for early risers – Sunrise Tour starts at 7:30 am.

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Half-day interpretative tour designed for wildlife viewing. Opportunity to observe and learn about elk, moose, bighorn sheep, birds of prey, and possibly wolves in Grand Teton National Park, National Elk Refuge, and surrounding National Forest lands. Perfect aprés ski activity – Sunset Tour start times vary by month.

Great Tours Make

Happy Guests

“Our experience with Teton Science Schools (TSS) could not have been better. Our guide, Tyler was exceptionally knowledgeable on the subject of the Yellowstone hydrothermal features, the local geology, birds, mammals and plants! He was polite, personable, easy to talk to, answered our questions fully and completely. The food provided for snacks and lunch was very good! We were treated to lunch in a heated yurt with a picnic table and table cloth. I cannot recommend a trip of any sort with TSS more highly. We will do this again for sure.”

Fred

“Our day-long adventure with Mike Rowell was outstanding! With the Teton Mountains gleaming throughout our day, we saw a moose (very close to the road), a bald eagle, bison, deer, elk at a distance, mountain goats, coyote, and deer! We missed only bears; they were hibernating! Mike was a great wildlife spotter. He was kind and solicitous of our needs. At each major stop, he set up two powerful scopes that provided excellent viewing (at a distance, as required by park regulations, in order to leave the animals undisturbed in their natural habitats). Mike and his TSS colleagues were in radio contact and could one another to the right spot to view our Moose!”

Peter

“Kevin was a wonderful guide who drove us around Jackson Hole Valley, in a cozy van in the middle of February, to all the best wildlife viewing spots. With his expertise, plus handy radio communication with fellow guides in the area, we were able to see a Moose, Bison, coyote, and Big Horn Sheep all within a couple of hours. It was the perfect amount of time with young kids, and not so early, 8 to noon. Especially if you want to see more wildlife and question whether going on an all day ride to Yellowstone to see possibly no wildlife and just Old Faithful is the best idea. Coffee, hot cocoa and snacks were a nice treat.”

Erica

Explore the Wonders of Wildlife

"Wildlife Wonders" is a series of short videos by Wildlife Expeditions of Teton Science Schools. Embark on an exhilarating journey as our expert naturalist guides reflect on the wonders of the great outdoors.

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