Teton Raptor Center is not alone in what we do. We are a part of a much larger "ecosystem" of organizations and agencies that we collaborate with locally, regionally and nationally to advance raptor conservation.
The Association of Nature Center Administrators promotes and supports best leadership and management practices for the nature and environmental learning center profession. ANCA is a private nonprofit organization that was founded in 1989 to create a professional association solely of and for leaders in the nature center profession-directors, managers, senior administrators, and Board members. It is the only such organization in the U.S.
Located in Western Wyoming, the Bridger-Teton offers more than 3.4 million acres of public land for your outdoor recreation enjoyment.
Endow-Bio exists to expose the full breadth of our environmental problems, to show there are good-hearted people working to solve these problems who would benefit from more support, and to provide a simple and inexpensive mechanism to provide such support. They engage the public in supporting other agencies' efforts relating to rare species management, scientific research, environmental education, environmental law, land acquisition, habitat management, advocacy, wilderness, wildlife rehabilitation, family planning and other social issues relating to conservation of biodiversity.
Turn off the TV, lock up the games console and have a great time with the children. Whatever the weather and whatever their age, just follow steps 1, 2 and 3 and to discover loads of fantastic family friendly attractions just around the corner and all over America.
Located in northwestern Wyoming, Grand Teton National Park preserves a spectacular landscape rich with majestic mountains, pristine lakes and extraordinary wildlife.
Idaho Fish and Game's mission is to protect, preserve, perpetuate and manage Idaho's wildlife resources.
The JHCC will assist you in your travel planning to the area. Here is where you will find the lodging, activities, attractions, and services available from the Jackson Hole Chamber Members.
The Jackson Hole Land Trust is a private non-profit that works to preserve open space and the scenic, ranching and wildlife values of Jackson Hole by assisting landowners who wish to protect their land in perpetuity. The Teton Raptor Center's home at the Hardeman Barns is owned and protected by the Jackson Hole Land Trust.
The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival aims, "To encourage the production of natural history programming around the world and raise the appreciation & awareness toward wild creatures, cultures & habitats through the innovative use of media."
The Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation works to promote ways for our community to live compatibly with wildlife.
LightHawk’s goal is to mobilize enough volunteer pilots, aircraft and resources to help tip the balance toward sustainability for every major environmental issue within their targeted areas of focus.
The Rocky Mountain Raptor Program, located in Fort Collins, Colorado, is fervently dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing injured birds of prey, including Eagles, Owls, Hawks and Falcons.
The Snake River Fund promotes stewardship of and recreational access to the Snake River Watershed in Wyoming with an emphasis on partnerships, education and outreach efforts to the public.
TCSD's mission is to ensure that all students have the foundation for success and are challenged to reach their full potential.
The National Elk Refuge provides, preserves, restores, and manages winter habitat for that nationally significant Jackson Elk Herd as well as habitat for endangered species, birds, fish, and other big game animals.
Wyoming Game and Fish provides a system of control, propagation, management and protection and regulation of all wildlife in Wyoming.
Established in 1872, Yellowstone National Park is America's first national park. Located in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, it is the anchor of what we call the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and is home to a large variety of wildlife including grizzly bears, wolves, bison, elk and, of course, many raptors.
Mountain Khakis, based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, started with 'hips-down' apparel (including pants, shorts, capri's, belts, hats, visors and tees/t-shirts) designed for Men and Women that live an active, outdoor lifestyle. Over the years, MK expanded its apparel collection to include shirts, sweaters, jackets, vests and a collection of lifestyle bags. MK designs the highest quality, best looking, best fitting, durable and comfortable apparel purposefully designed for the rugged, outdoor lifestyle.
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Eco Tour Adventures connects people with the natural world through wildlife observation and natural history interpretation. Eco Tour Adventures has a Dollars for Conservation program, donating 2.5% of their gross revenue to organizations that protect the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and Teton Raptor Center's research program is a grateful beneficiary of this support.