Jenkins Ranch

Located in riparian cottonwood and spruce forests to the south of Boyle’s Hill, the Jenkins Ranch easements protect the confluence of Crane and Cody Creeks, and provide seasonal habitat for a diversity of native wildlife including moose, elk, mule deer, coyotes, badgers, and birds of prey such as bald eagles and great gray owls.

Total Acreage

218

County

Teton

Decade acquired

1970

Conservation Values

Agricultural, Scenic, Wildlife

Wildlife habitat

Trumpeter Swan, Moose, Elk, Mule Deer, Amphibian,

Wildlife Migration Routes

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

1975, 1986

Transfer Date

1982

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

Yes

Community

N/A