Wildlife Expeditions of Teton Science Schools

700 Coyote Canyon Rd, Jackson, WY 83001, USA

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  • Maria Mc   Feb 24, 2018

    Our Guide was knowledgeable and friendly. She took the time to find out what we wanted to see and made it happen. The bus/van was clean. The guide explained everything, educated us and gave us plenty of time to take pictures or simply watch nature. We viewed mouse, deer, and buffalo. We heard a bear was in the area with cubs and opted to stays away :-) I highly recommend the tour from this nonprofit organization

  • Veronica Petch   Jun 11, 2018

    We had a fabulous time with our guide Thyme Cooke, and we managed to see and photograph a moose, which was on our top list of animals we hoped to see. Thyme was patient, very informative regarding flora and fauna, Teton range and animals. Tyme kept us fed and watered with a smile, great sense of humour and we didn’t want for anything. I would recommend this trip to anyone who loves nature and wants to make the most of their experience in Teton / Yellowstone NP.

  • Anna Roberta Fitzgerald   Aug 30, 2018

    Ridiculously cooperative nature today. Morning was glorious sun, then rain clouds crossed over the plaines to the mountains, and then sun again. All moods of the Teton range were on display in perfect temperatures. The animals were out and our guide, Sarah, knew the hangouts. By the end of the day she had us trained to spot moving black specks. The animals were all mostly at a distance except for one lucky moose cow and her two calfs. Support non-profit science education and book with this crew!

  • Zach Fox   Jul 30, 2017

    Bobby is the best tour guide ever! Five of us took a private sunrise wildlife tour starting at 6am. Bobby took us north out of Jackson where we spotted and learned about all kinds of wildlife and nature - bison, pronghorn, coyote, wolf, hawks, ravens, aspen, cottonwood, and even two badgers! One of my favorite facts was about the way aspens reproduce - the seeds they produce are very unlikely to fall in the right conditions to sprout, so they mostly reproduce by pushing up new trees through their root systems! 😲 Bobby is incredibly knowledgeable and enthusiastic. He easily answered all of our questions and kept us comfortable with snacks and drinks throughout the tour. In addition, he shared insightful personal perspectives about the environment and the way we see the world around us. I want to learn more from Bobby!

  • Alicia Rodriguez   Jan 03, 2021

    We really enjoyed our private tour of Yellowstone. The TSS tour was led by biologist Rhiannon Davis and she was amazing. We even were able to spot wildlife (Great Grey owl) on top of the geothermal activities (Old Faithful, of course) in winter. If you would like to experience Yellowstone all to yourself in a magical winter wonderland, this is the way to do it! Thank you Rhiannon!

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