Together we are protecting Glacier

Your donation protects Glacier National Park for future generations.

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Get the 2023 Annual T-Shirt featuring Hidden Lake. Now available in infant, youth and adult sizes.


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Join the next Glacier Book Club, covering the book A Sharp Solitude, on Wednesday, July 19 at 6:30PM on Zoom.


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Why I give

I give to the Glacier National Park Conservancy because their work is what will help ensure Glacier can provide the same experiences for future generations.

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2022 Highlights

$3.5 Million in Funding to Glacier National Park

45 Projects completed

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  • 149 Songbirds banded to monitor productivity and survivorship
  • 3,000 Migrating Raptors counted during Hawk Watch
  • 235 Citizen Scientists conducted goat and loon surveys
  • 68 Wolverine hair samples collected for analysis


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      • 127 Astronomy Programs
      • 24 Students from the Boys & Girls Club participated in the Glacier in Focus program
      • 3 NPS Academy participants completed internships
      • ZERO Zebra Mussels found on 7,000 inspected boats
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        • Swiftcurrent Accessible Trail 70% complete
        • 48 Campsites renovated or improved
        • 400 Historic Lantern Slides digitized
        • 5 Acres of noxious weeds removed
        • 6 Propane Recycling fuel bins installed


        Project Updates and News

        The Incredible Link Between Glacier Grizzlies and Moths

        The Incredible Link Between Glacier Grizzlies and Moths

        Photo from the study of a bear digging for moths. Fleeing moths are circled in yellow.Each summer, a peculiar feast takes place high in the mountains of Glacier National Park. You usually hear it before you see it—the clinking of small rocks as heavy paws dig into...

        5 Ways to Celebrate National Park Week

        5 Ways to Celebrate National Park Week

        Photo by Sally Lombards National Park Week is here! This week is all about celebrating some of our favorite places where lifelong memories get made. We know this time of year looks a little different for everyone depending on where you are geographically, so we wanted...

        Lynx Study Published

        Lynx Study Published

        You might remember that 2019 was the Glacier Conservancy ‘Year of the Lynx.’ Now, in 2023, and we know more than ever about this elusive creature's activity in the Crown of the Continent. Over the past three years, researchers have dedicated their expertise to...

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        Respect Tribes and Tribal Lands

        The Blackfeet Reservation is located along the eastern edge of Glacier National Park. Please take a moment to learn how to be a respectful traveler on tribal lands by reading the information on the Recreate Responsibly on Tribal Lands web page.