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‘Cloud dance’ over Tetons draws eyes skyward

A 'cloud dance' over the Grand Teton captured the attention of many this week in Grand Teton National Park.

Residents around Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks often fall into a rut of taking for granted the rare and amazing natural resources in their own backyards. So it's no surprise when a grizzly bear, gray wolf or bull moose serves as a reminder of how special it is to live at the doorstep of an iconic national park. But clouds? Apparently, clouds were a major attraction Thursday in Grand Teton National Park, as an unusual cloud formation put on a dazzling show that sent visitors and veteran National Park Service employees scrambling for cameras and staring skyward. Continue Reading →

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Weather is focus of new short film in series on Grand Teton National Park

A new video focused on summer weather patterns released by the Grand Teton National Park Foundation is the second of four aimed at raising awareness about the park. (image by New Thought Media)

There's an old saying in Wyoming about the capricious nature of Mother Nature: "If you don't like the weather, wait 15 minutes, it will change." A new short film about weather in Grand Teton National Park follows the changes in wind and rain, clouds and thunder as the second in a series of four videos highlighting the natural wonders and hidden beauty of the park. In collaboration with Grand Teton Association, Grand Teton National Park Foundation has released "Weather in Grand Teton," aimed at raising awareness about the park using a contemporary and accessible medium that is available online to viewers around the world. Continue Reading →

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