Gill Huff Road

The Gill Huff Road easements are adjacent to the Bridger Teton National Forest, and contribute to the ability of wildlife to move between public land the Snake River corridor. Moose are common year-round residents, and the property supports a diversity of other wildlife species, including coyote, black bear, porcupines, red squirrels, pine martens, and snowshoe hares, as well as various raptors, grouse, and numerous smaller birds.

Total Acreage

19

County

Teton

Decade acquired

1970

Conservation Values

Scenic, Wildlife

Wildlife habitat

Bighorn Sheep, Moose, Elk, Mule Deer, Amphibian,

Wildlife Migration Routes

MOOSE,

Habitat type (general)

Wetland, Sagebrush Shrubland, Aspen Woodland, Montane Forest, Mountain Tall Shrub, Riparian,

Public Acccess

N/A

Service Area

Jackson Hole

Watershed/Drainage

Array

Year Protected

1979

Transfer Date

2009

Fee Ownership

No

Program

JHLT

Cultural

N/A

Cultural Historical

N/A

Partnership

N/A

Partnership/Funding

N/A

Partnerships/Stewardship

Partnerships/Projects

Partnerships/Property spotlight

Working Lands

No

Community

N/A