Lodge at Jackson Fork Ranch

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Lodge at Jackson Fork Ranch
Wildlife: A Legacy Worth Preserving

Wildlife: A Legacy Worth Preserving

It was abundant wildlife that brought the first trappers to this remote corner of Wyoming and an abundant diversity of wildlife still draws people here today.
Wildlife: A Legacy Worth Preserving
Along with being home to a thriving group of deer, elk and moose, the Little Jackson Hole Valley provides sanctuary for cougars, lynx, black bear and fox. The recently reintroduced gray wolf is starting to stake its claim to the area adding a natural tension to rival prey as well as a challenge to the bison and elk that flourish at the ranch.
Wildlife: A Legacy Worth Preserving
Like the larger Jackson Hole to the north, the Little Jackson Hole Valley is also home to large herds of elk every winter where they come to forage through the shallower snows.
Wildlife: A Legacy Worth Preserving
Spring brings thousands of songbirds and a revived raptor population to the valley along with the largest pronghorn migration in the world from Yellowstone to the Green River Valley south of the ranch.
Wildlife: A Legacy Worth Preserving
In addition to supporting the exclusive Wyoming Cutt-Slam program to protect our native cutthroat trout, The Lodge at Jackson Fork Ranch is dedicated to preserving our rich natural environment and protecting the wildlife that have called this paradise home.
Wildlife: A Legacy Worth Preserving
Hiking and riding through the areas surrounding The Lodge offers excellent opportunities to come into contact with any number of the many species found here. If you’d like, we can arrange to have one of our naturalists give you a naturalist tour while you’re here.Wildlife: A Legacy Worth Preserving
Wildlife: A Legacy Worth Preserving
“Only nature does great things for nothing.” – Anonymous

Wildlife: A Legacy Worth Preserving