I am happy to announce that we are adding another one of our favorite non profit organizations, the Teton Raptor Center, to our short list of like-minded folks as an educational partner.
For the past several years, we have been working with the Bert and Meg Raines Foundation and the Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation as facilitators to the Snake River Nature Mapping Program. Every Sunday morning, one of our guides takes a group of trained citizen scientists for an eight mile float to record wildlife observations.
This summer, we will begin a similar program with the Teton Raptor Center. Beginning on the first Friday of July and continuing through September, visitors to the Raptor Center programs can take advantage of an educational float on the Snake River followed by a presentation and a close up look at the Raptors of Jackson Hole. We are all excited to lend our expertise on the river to educate our friends and visitors about the wonderful wildlife of our valley.
These Friday Floats will last from 10:45 AM – 2:00 PM with about 2 hours on the river. If you’d like to participate, contact the Teton Raptor Center at 307-203-2551.