Here at EcoTour Adventures we are very excited and humbled that TripAdvisor.com listed us as one of the
“GREAT WILDLIFE TOURS OF THE WORLD” check the below link to see where we stand.
Thanks to our past guests that have posted reviews, we couldn’t of done it without your kind words.
The New Year has brought some super cold temperatures to the Jackson Hole Area. Last week we recorded -33 in Teton Village. These cold
temperatures didn’t stop us a bit. We bundled up and headed out into park for some amazing sights.
Animal adaptations, both behavioral and physical can be astounding. A good example of a great behavioral adaption that moose employ to “beat the
cold” would be something as simple as laying on their legs. This reduces the surface area of their body that is exposed to the cold. YOU BET, that
when the temperatures are -20 to -30 that many of our ungulates are laying directly on top of their legs.
An example of a physical adaption that we seen in moose would be their long and hollow guard hairs. These long guard hairs help block the natural
elements (ie. wind, rain, and snow) as well provide great insulation.
If you are interested in maximizing your time in the park observing the area’s wildlife and learning about this great ecosystem do keep us in mind for
All of our guides have backgrounds in the sciences and are eager to share their experiences and knowledge with our guests.
We hope to have the opportunity to tour with you down the road!!!