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fawnoftheforest: h4ilstorm: Brown Bear (by Trine K Photography) aw omg hello cuteness <3

Grizzly bear researchers in the Banff region say they've found an improved way to study bear populations.

Grizzly bear researchers in the Banff region say they've found an improved way to study bear populations.

If you come back, I'll promise to play nice and use my inside growl....

If you come back, I'll promise to play nice and use my inside growl....

Grizzly bears are majestic symbols of the wild. Bears live in and use a variety of habitat types, playing important roles in each one. This makes them an “umbrella species,” meaning that when we protect them and their habitat we also protect many species. Grizzly bears can also help ecosystems by distributing seeds and nutrients through their scat, and occasionally regulating ungulate populations.

Grizzly bears are majestic symbols of the wild. Bears live in and use a variety of habitat types, playing important roles in each one. This makes them an “umbrella species,” meaning that when we protect them and their habitat we also protect many species. Grizzly bears can also help ecosystems by distributing seeds and nutrients through their scat, and occasionally regulating ungulate populations.

* * BEAR: " Me surmise de rich be rich cuz dey spend less monies."

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The average adult grizzly bear weighs between 300 and 600 pounds. Despite its fearsome reputation, this icon of the North American wilderness is vulnerable in the face of an increasingly fragmented landscape. - Wildlife Conservation Society

The average adult grizzly bear weighs between 300 and 600 pounds. Despite its fearsome reputation, this icon of the North American wilderness is vulnerable in the face of an increasingly fragmented landscape. - Wildlife Conservation Society

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke announced on Thursday that the bear, which has been on the endangered species list since 1975, was thriving in the region.

Yellowstone Grizzly Bear to Lose Endangered Species Protection

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke announced on Thursday that the bear, which has been on the endangered species list since 1975, was thriving in the region.

NORTH AMERICAN GRIZZLY BEAR - Status: Threatened in the US; Special Concern in Canada; Extinct in Mexico; Threat: Human development and human conflict; Species info: After Yellowstone grizzlies were delisted in 2007, a lawsuit was brought against the federal government to have the bear re-listed; Natural habitat: Alaska, Western Canada, and Northwestern US

21 endangered animals you should see before they’re gone

NORTH AMERICAN GRIZZLY BEAR - Status: Threatened in the US; Special Concern in Canada; Extinct in Mexico; Threat: Human development and human conflict; Species info: After Yellowstone grizzlies were delisted in 2007, a lawsuit was brought against the federal government to have the bear re-listed; Natural habitat: Alaska, Western Canada, and Northwestern US

We're in this together They take our forests, melt our homes, kill our children and sell our bones. They pollute our air, taint the sea, erase the beauty of a world that's free. Yet they don't know...

We're in this together They take our forests, melt our homes, kill our children and sell our bones. They pollute our air, taint the sea, erase the beauty of a world that's free. Yet they don't know...

HELP PROTECT CANADA'S GRIZZLY BEARS! URGE They Be LISTED On The Species at Risk Act, (SARA). A study finds many grizzly bear populations in Canada are on the verge of extinction and have no legal protection. Low reproductive rates; increased oil gas development, habitat destruction, death from unsustainable sport hunting, control kills, and poaching have made Canadian grizzly bear the most vunerable large mammal on the continent. PLZ S/S!

HELP PROTECT CANADA'S GRIZZLY BEARS! URGE They Be LISTED On The Species at Risk Act, (SARA). A study finds many grizzly bear populations in Canada are on the verge of extinction and have no legal protection. Low reproductive rates; increased oil gas development, habitat destruction, death from unsustainable sport hunting, control kills, and poaching have made Canadian grizzly bear the most vunerable large mammal on the continent. PLZ S/S!

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