Shoot with care
Maintain your distance from wildlife; they can be dangerous. Additionally, when wildlife are close to the road, traffic jams can occur. Try to pull off the road and watch for traffic driving around the parked cars.
About this spot
The Antelope Flats area of Grand Teton National Park is a haven for wildlife. There is a large resident bison herd that roams the area as well as smaller herds of pronghorn antelope. There are also deer and the occasional moose in the area.
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