- The Festival happens in September every other year.
- Over 25 countries participate in this gathering of industry greats to focus on preservation for wildlife and their habitat.
- Takes place at various locations around Jackson Hole.
Overview: A non-profit organization, The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival dedicates itself to promoting programming of natural history. They are making one and all become aware to wildlife around us, and increase our sensitivity to the world around. The film festival showcases the industries finest pieces on wildlife in the week long festival.
When: The festival takes place in September every other year for a week at a time.
Where: The JHWFF events are held at various locations around the valley. Screenings take place at the three theaters in town and also at the Center for the Arts. Fundraisers and dinners will vary each year.
Fees: Screenings and events will vary during the festival. See the website for exact prices.
Details: This special festival was begun in 1991, and has been an unmatched even drawing many leaders in conservation, media and science.
For more information check out their website Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival.