Scenery, sunsets, moose, eagles, pikas, beavers, wildflowers and more from twenty plus years of trips to Grand Teton National park.
Yes, you can use the ones I took at your website, if you include a link here.
there are more pika pictures at:
more sunsets at:
this is from: Grand Teton trip 2007 photos
there are more of these two at: Moose cow and calf, Grand Teton National Park September, 2006
is from: Grand Tetons Sept. 2005
is from: Grand Teton National Park trip 2008
more are at:
including Hidden Falls in June and September
more at: Grand Tetons Bald Eagles
Grand Teton National Park birds has photos and details about the most common ones we can hope to see
including Bald Eagle, Red-winged Blackbird, Canada Geese, Clark’s Nutcracker, Golden Eagle, Great Blue Heron.Great Gray Owl, Harlequin duck, Loon, Magpie, Merganser, Northern Flicker (woodpecker), Osprey, Ouzel, Pelican, Peregrine Falcon, Ptarmigan, Raven, Sandhill Cranes, Steller’s Jays, Trumpeter Swan, Western Meadowlark and Western Tanager, with links to calls / songs from most of them to listen to.
and you can Download photos of over a hundred birds of Grand Teton National Park
Silky Phacelia and Columbine:
more at:Cascade Canyon wildflowers
In 2017 we watched a total solar eclipse on a beach we had to ourselves out on Jackson Lake.
Yellowstone has NASA and NPS aerial photo/drawings