Teton National Park Roadkill Numbers Mount

Last year 20 elk, 29 deer, 12 bison, four moose, five pronghorn, four red fox, two coyotes, an otter and a porcupine were killed by vehicles in Grand Teton National Park, and since Saturday, a black bear, a pronghorn antelope and a deer joined the three elk, two moose, two coyotes and a beaver that have died from vehicle collisions in the Wyoming park this year. Park regulations require motorists report collisions with wildlife, regardless of species. Jackson Hole News.