Native wildlife nonprofits collab to scale back wildlife collisions, conflicts

JACKSON, Wyo. — Native wildlife nonprofits are decided to scale back wildlife-vehicle collisions and forestall animals from accessing human meals in Jackson Gap.

In an effort to coach guests about methods to deal with these points, Jackson Gap Wildlife Basis, Jackson Gap Journey and Tourism Board and Grand Teton Nationwide Park  Basis collaborated to supply 1000’s of rear-view mirror and door hangers with the message  “Don’t Feed, Don’t Speed.”

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The placard additionally contains particulars about finest practices for nighttime driving, pace limits and meals storage together with fast ideas to assist guarantee the security of wildlife and folks throughout Grand Teton and Jackson Gap.


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