During an early April, 2013 trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Jayne and I were blessed to experience wildlife like we had never seen have before. We had previously experienced “wild” life before in locations like Rocky Mountain National Park, as well as in the Daintree, Australia. But nothing for us compares to what we experienced in Jackson Hole. In early April each year, when Grand Teton National Park is typically closed for Spring maintenance, the wildlife migrations begin. A National Geographic photographer guide who took us around stated that Jackson Hole was one of the top five remaining truly wild environments remaining in the country. As a tribute to this, I put together this special gallery in my attempt to convey my personal feelings of both awe and majesty.