Snake River Float Trip Nature Mapping Report- June 11, 2018

The weather forecast looked a little iffy at this time, but you know how often that a 100% chance of rain can turn into a dry spell in Teton for our Snake River Float Trips. Last week we found 31 species of wildlife on the river and an additional 5 species once we got to the...

Snake River Float Trip Nature Mapping Report- June 3, 2018

June is finally here which means summer is kicking off! We started this Snake River Float Trip with high and fast water, which caused us to have a low species count. We have high hopes, that with the warmer weather there will be more species to look out for near our Tipi Camps....

Snake River Float Trip Nature Mapping Report- May 20, 2018

We had a nice wooden boat tour down Snake River and came out with a great report for our nature mapping this week. We have compiled two ample lists for the river and the Tipi camp – check them out below. The total species count for both properties was a cool 51!  May is...

Snake River Float Trip Nature Mapping Report – May 13th, 2018

Another week, another nature mapping float trip down the beautiful Snake River! The weather was a little foggy to start the day, and the runoff was strong, but we managed to view 28 species on our float trip and 15 species at the Tipi Camp. If you’re visiting Jackson this...

Snake River Float Trip Nature Mapping Report – May 6, 2018

We have started our Snake River float trips for the year, which means we’ve also started Nature Mapping! We ended up with 40 species of birds and mammals for the river and 24 species of birds mammals and amphibians for the camp. Spring is a great time to check out wildlife...

Wildlife Mapping Report for September 24, 2017: Snake River Float Trips

Our Snake River float trips are starting to wind down, as winter is on its way to Wyoming! This week, we floated for 8 miles and saw 30 species along the river. The Snake River always allows for excellent wildlife viewing, even when it’s not prime floating season. Our most...

Nature Mapping Report for September 17, 2017: Jackson Hole Float Trips

  It’s getting easier and easier to tell that the 2017 season is winding down, especially during the brisk morning hours when it feels much more like Fall than Summer! Regardless of the cooler weather, and the fact that we started out the morning at a chilly 28ºF, we...

Nature Mapping Wildlife Report for September 10, 2017: Jackson Hole Wildlife

As summer comes to a close, we were lucky enough to spot some beautiful bird specimens still in the area. As is typical of the end of the summer season, bird activity is modest but still boasted sightings of 27 Spotted Sandpipers, 49 Cedar Waxwings, seven American Robins, and...

Nature Mapping Wildlife Report for August 27, 2017

Once again, we had a lovely trip down the river this week on our Jackson Hole float trip—and were graced by the presence of 22 different species along the way! Frosty mornings are giving way to beautiful sunny days and the critters are beginning to move about.  Fall is coming!...

Nature Mapping Report for August 23, 2017: Snake River Float Trips

Sometimes even we forget how truly lucky we are to be surrounded with the stunning natural beauty and exceptional wildlife we experience each and every time we’re on one of our Snake River float trips. After all, how many others can say they’ve floated down 8...