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National Museum of Wildlife Art – Live Elk Refuge

by Andrea Greengard

Located at the National Museum of Wildlife Art inside the National Elk Refuge, this webcam is able to capture the grandeur of the Jackson Elk Herd. The beautiful, calming scene of the Grand Teton mountains behind an elk-filled valley is a perfect view for your meditations, or just to take a nice “nature break” through your day.

Primarily used as a winter habitat area, the National Elk Refuges seeks to provide, preserve, restore and manage winter habitat for elk. If you are lucky enough you may even see a variety of other wildlife getting their moment of fame in the webcam view. Other species that frequent the area include bison, coyotes, bald eagles, trumpeter swans, and the gray wolf.

Video stream by See Jackson Hole

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