Want to get involved in "Moose Day," Jackson Hole's largest, one-day citizen-science project?
On SATURDAY, MARCH 2nd, staff of the Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation will be leading a guided "Moose Walk" at the Cache Creek Trailhead in Jackson, Wyoming. This is a FREE event - as participants will help survey the are for moose as part of a larger, one-day citizen science project called "Moose Day."
There are three ways to get involved:
1. Saturday, March 2, (8 – 11 am)
Join us on the Moose Walk! You'll help us survey for moose by walking a loop at the Cache Creek Trailhead in Jackson Hole. Complimentary coffee and bagels will be available and we'll recommend good spots to go wildllife watching after the walk is over! Space is limited to 25 Participants. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS OPTION PLEASE READ WALK DETAILS BELOW.
2. FEBRUARY 20 – March 8
Can’t make Hosted Moose Day at Cache Creek but still want to participate? You can collect valuable data on your own schedule using our wildlife observation collection app during your visit. Select this option below to recieve more information.
3. FEBRUARY 15th, (6-7 pm)
Attend our Pre-Moose Day Identification and Information Session with Wyoming Game and Fish. (Attendance is not required to participate in Moose Day). This is a virtual seminar that will take place over Zoom. Learn all you’ve ever wanted to know (and more) about moose in Wyoming! Free and open to the public.