Wildlife ramps a success on Snake River

Work done this summer by the Jackson Hole Wildlife foundation is paying off for wildlife accessing the Snake River.
Riprap forming the levee system along the Snake River can be challenging and dangerous for wildlife to navigate.
The Jackson Hole Wildlife Foundation worked with Teton Conservation District,Teton CountyWyoming Game and Fish Department and Feuz Excavation to install a series of “wildlife ramps” along the levee.
Four ramps were installed south of the Wilson Bridge to make it easier for animals to navigate the riprap along the riverbank along the 24-mile-long levee.
Some camera footage of the ramps shows elk and white-tailed deer are already using the ramps.