University of WY/NPS Series, Grand Teton National Park

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University of WY/NPS Series

The University of Wyoming and the national Park service join forces each year to present a seminar series on park related topics. These weekly talks cover historical topics, wildlife survival issues, natural phenomenons and the study of our ecosystems. Read More

  • The seminar series is held weekly throughout June, July and August.
  • Hosted in the Berol Lodge located near Leeks marina.
  • A $5 donation for dinner is requested. Speaker is free.

Overview: The University of Wyoming has created a partnership with the National park Service to provide a seminar series each summer on various nature related topics. topics cover earthquakes int eh area, natural disasters, Wolves, wildlife and so much more.

When: The seminar series is held weekly throughout June, July and August. See the complete schedule on the Park's Summer Newsletter.

Where: These speakers are hosted in the Berol Lodge located near Leeks marina.

Fees: A $5 donation for dinner is requested.

Details: Most speakers begin with a dinner at 5:50 followed by a talk at 6:30. reservations are not required. Be sure to check the park newsletter for times and details.

How to get there: During the summer, the University of Wyoming hosts an evening speaker series at the Berol Lodge where researchers present their work to the public after a casual dinner. To access the AMK Ranch, turn west from highway 89 onto the spur road towards Leeks Marina. In half a mile, turn right at the University of Wyoming sign and continue a mile up the road. Park in front of the Johnson Lodge and walk to the Berol Lodge.

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