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Grand Teton National Park Panorama
This panoramic photograph of Grand Teton National Park was taken by James Blakeway. It features the Teton Range as seen looking across Jackson Lake. The jagged peaks of the Teton Range can be easily seen as they rise from the valley floor. The tallest peak on the left is Grand Teton, a 13,770-foot mountain. Centered in the panorama is Mount Moran at 12,605 feet. Meadows abloom in early July are prevalent in the park. The dark green forests of lodgepole pines occur in the lower elevations throughout the Teton Range. Elk, moose, pronghorn, mule deer, bison, black bear, and occasionally grizzlies can be observed in the park.

Grand Teton National Park Panorama (ELK)
This panorama of the National Elk Refuge located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, was taken by James Blakeway. The Refuge was established in 1912 to provide winter habitat and preserve the Jackson elk herd. It is an integral component of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, bounded by Grand Teton National Park and the Bridger-Teton National Forest. The winter season is the best time to view the spectacle of thousands of migratory elk, as well as bison, bighorn sheep, coyotes, trumpeter swans, moose, bald eagles and more. The Refuge also includes a wide variety of habitats, including grassy meadows, marshes, timbered areas, sagebrush and rocky outcroppings.