Rendezvous Park’s 40-acres of mixed vegetative cover ranges from wetlands to shrubs, cottonwoods and grasslands, providing habitat to an array of flora and fauna.
On behalf of Rendezvous Lands Conservancy, we invite you to join Eco Tour Adventures on August 14th or September 11th as Taylor tells stories of R Park’s many animal visitors,
says Park Director Elisabeth Rohrbach.
By reclaiming the former gravel pit and opening it to the public, the Jackson Hole Community and its visitors will be able to appreciate it’s natural features in perpetuity.
Eco Tour Adventures was created with the idea of helping people connect with the natural world through wildlife observation and natural history interpretation. We believe that when one is more familiar with the intricate workings of the ecosystem, he or she has a deeper appreciation and connection with their environment. With this stronger bond we believe folks will make more environmentally sound choices in their day to day lives.
Many thanks to Taylor and Eco Tour Adventures for enriching R Park with your knowledge!