"One Day at Teton Marsh" is an episode of Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color. It aired on November 8, 1964.


This two-part film based on the book by Sally Carrighar tells the story of the wildlife in the Teton swamp where animals and birds are as free as the wind and nature reigns supreme. Some of the daily activities of the animals and birds around which Sally Carrighar's story is woven are the osprey, trumpeter swan, the otter, porcupine, beaver and the moose. Symphonic music helps set the mood and tone of the film's story. The dawn to dusk activities of wild creatures along the Snake River in Grand Teton National Park. Included: an osprey (fish-eating hawk) trying to catch his breakfast; an otter family's daily routine of hunting and playing (a young otter is seen meeting porcupine, moose, beaver and wild fowl). Field producer Ken Nelson required a full season to film this animal adventure at Jackson Hole, Wyoming. A look at the wildlife in the marsh in Grand Teton National Park, Moose, Wyoming. Film shows a playful otter and other wild animals in the swamp along the Snake River in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.