Outdoors calendar

If you have events you want posted in the Post Register’s outdoor calendar, please send an announcement to Rob Thornberry, P.O. Box 1800, Idaho Falls, ID 83403. The email address is rthornberry@postregister.com.

Signal Mountain Campground

On Friday, the Signal Mountain Campground in Grand Teton National Park opens for the summer season. For more information, visit www.nps.gov/grte.

Jenny Lake Campground

On Friday, the Jenny Lake Campground in Grand Teton National Park opens for the summer season. For more information, visit www.nps.gov/grte.

Colter Bay

On Saturday, the Colter Bay Visitors Center in Grand Teton National Park opens for the summer season. For more information, visit www.nps.gov/grte.

Outdoor day

On Saturday, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game is hosting a “youth outdoor skills day” from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Beaver Dick Park west of Rexburg. There will be stations where children can learn about archery, muzzleloaders, fishing, trapping, backpacking, hound hunting, waterfowl hunting and a variety of other pasttimes. For more information call 525-7290.

Motorcycle ride

On Saturday, Action Motor Sports in Idaho Falls is presenting a talk from Mark Donham, who has rode his motorcycle more than 90,000 miles while visiting six continents. It begins at 6 p.m. It is free but seating is limited. Call Action for tickets. For more information call 522-3050.

Jenny Lake

On May 16, the Jenny Lake Visitor Center in Grand Teton National Park opens for the summer season. For more information, visit www.nps.gov/grte.

Rockefeller

On May 16, the Laurance S. Rockefeller Preserve Center in Grand Teton National Park opens for the summer season. For more information, visit www.nps.gov/grte.

Bird migration

On May 17, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game is hosting an event to celebrate International Migratory Bird Day, which is celebrated elsewhere May 10. For more information on the event, call 525-7290.

Colter Bay Campground

On May 22, the Colter Bay Campground in Grand Teton National Park opens for the summer season. For more information, visit www.nps.gov/grte.

Catch and release

On May 23, the catch-and-release fishing season ends on Willow Creek, the Big Lost River and its tributaries, the Fall River and its tributaries, the Little Lost River and its tributaries, Medicine Lodge Creek and its tributaries, the Warm River and its tributaries and the Teton River and its tributaries.

Henry’s Lake

On May 24, the general fishing season begins on Henry’s Lake.

Henry’s Fork

On May 24, the section of the Henry’s Fork of the Snake River from Vernon Bridge to Ashton Dam opens.

Catch and keep

On May 24, the general fishing season begins on Willow Creek, the Big Lost River and its tributaries, the Fall River and its tributaries, the Little Lost River and its tributaries, Medicine Lodge Creek and its tributaries, the Warm River and its tributaries and the Teton River and its tributaries. Check Fish and Game regulations for specific bag limits.

Archery shoot

On May 31 and June 1, the South Fork Archers are hosting a 3D shoot at the City of Idaho Falls Archery Range at Sandy Downs off York Road. The archery shoot is a fundraiser for Hospice of Eastern Idaho. For more information call 529-0342, 656-0616 or 569-8543.

Land trust

On May 31, Teton Regional Land Trust is hosting a birding tour in Teton Valley. For more information, contact Emily Nichols at (208) 354-8939, ext. 16.

Headwaters Campground

On June 1, the Headwaters Campground in Grand Teton National Park opens for the summer season. For more information, visit www.nps.gov/grte.

Lizard Creek Campground

On June 1, the Lizard Creek Campground in Grand Teton National Park opens for the summer season. For more information, visit www.nps.gov/grte.

Flagg Ranch

On June 2, the Flagg Ranch Information Station in Grand Teton National Park opens for the summer season. For more information, visit www.nps.gov/grte.

Controlled hunts

On June 5, the application period to draw a controlled hunt tag for deer, elk and pronghorn ends.

Flagg Ranch

On June 6, the Jenny Lake Ranger Station in Grand Teton National Park opens for the summer season. For more information, visit www.nps.gov/grte.

Photo workshop

On June 12, Teton Regional Land Trust is hosting a photo workshop. For more information, contact Emily Nichols at (208) 354-8939, ext. 16.

Harriman State Park

On June 15, the Henry’s Fork of the Snake River inside Harriman State Park opens to fishing.

Trout spawning

On June 20, Teton Regional Land Trust is hosting a trout spawning tour. For more information, contact Emily Nichols at (208) 354-8939, ext. 16.

Henry’s Lake tributaries

On July 1, all Henry’s Lake tributaries, except for Hatchery Creek, open for fishing. Check Fish and Game regulations for specific bag limits.

South Fork tributaries

On July 1, the tributaries of the South Fork of the Snake River are open to fishing. Check Fish and Game regulations for specific bag limits.

Swan celebration

On July 1, Teton Regional Land Trust is hosting a swan celebration. For more information, contact Emily Nichols at (208) 354-8939, ext. 16.

Wildflower walk

On July 7, Teton Regional Land Trust is hosting a wildflower walk. For more information, contact Emily Nichols at (208) 354-8939, ext. 16.

Controlled hunts

On Aug. 5, the second application period to draw a controlled hunt tag for deer, elk and pronghorn begins.

Controlled hunts

On Aug. 15, the second application period to draw a controlled hunt tag for deer, elk and pronghorn ends.

Free weekend

On Aug. 25, the National Park Service is recognizing its 98th anniversary by waiving entrance fees at its national parks and monuments, including Yellowstone, Grand Teton and Craters of the Moon.

Sandhill celebration

On Sept. 26, Teton Regional Land Trust is hosting a sandhill crane celebration. For more information, contact Emily Nichols at (208) 354-8939, ext. 16.

Free day

On Sept. 27, the National Park Service is recognizing National Public Lands Day by waiving entrance fees at its national parks and monuments, including Yellowstone, Grand Teton and Craters of the Moon.

Free day

On Nov. 11, the National Park Service is recognizing Veterans Day by waiving entrance fees at its national parks and monuments, including Yellowstone, Grand Teton and Craters of the Moon.

Catch and release

On Dec. 1, the catch-and-release fishing season begins on Willow Creek, the Big Lost River and its tributaries, the Fall River and its tributaries, the Little Lost River and its tributaries, Medicine Lodge Creek and its tributaries, the Warm River and its tributaries and the Teton River and its tributaries.

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