National Elk Refuge Webcam
This live webcam is mounted at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, located 2.5 miles north of the Town Square in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Live footage of wildlife can be seen with views to the south, east, and north overlooking the National Elk Refuge.
The National Museum of Wildlife Art is unique in the sense that many animals depicted in artworks inside the building are visible in their natural habitat around the Museum. Keep watch for elk, coyotes, foxes, moose, bald eagles, ravens, red-tailed hawks, ermine, marmots, swans, and occasionally, wolves. Deer also visit the Museum, although they are more common on the west side of the highway, especially in winter.
For optimal viewing, please click on the lower right corner of the video for full screen.