Grizzly Bear activity over the years...movement and expansion of their habitat

Grizzly Bear activity over the years...movement and expansion of their habitat

The Right Place Campaign   Vital Ground, home of Bart, Bart II, Honey Bump, and Tank, the acting Grizzlies. Foundation for the preservation of all bears.

The Right Place Campaign Vital Ground, home of Bart, Bart II, Honey Bump, and Tank, the acting Grizzlies. Foundation for the preservation of all bears.

Grizzly fishing in the Alice Arm area north of Terrace BC, one of the best Grizzly Bear habitat on the coast of BC

Grizzly fishing in the Alice Arm area north of Terrace BC, one of the best Grizzly Bear habitat on the coast of BC

Grizzly Bears: Are large and range in color from very light tan (almost white) to dark brown. They have a dished face, short, rounded ears and a large shoulder hump The hump is where a mass of muscles attach to the bear’s backbone and give the bear additional strength for digging. They have very long claws on their front feet that also give them extra ability to dig after food and to dig their dens.

Grizzly Bears: Are large and range in color from very light tan (almost white) to dark brown. They have a dished face, short, rounded ears and a large shoulder hump The hump is where a mass of muscles attach to the bear’s backbone and give the bear additional strength for digging. They have very long claws on their front feet that also give them extra ability to dig after food and to dig their dens.

Support the David Suzuki Foundation's efforts to protect BC's grizzly bears (being killed by humans at a record rate).

Support the David Suzuki Foundation's efforts to protect BC's grizzly bears (being killed by humans at a record rate).

Grizzly Bears- Icons of unspoiled wilderness, grizzly bears require large areas of intact habitat to survive. Their slow reproduction rate means that their populations are especially sensitive to human-caused mortality, such as trophy hunting and conflicts caused by habituation or lack of food. They lunch on slamon also.Mama is going to give cubs a lesson. | Pacific Wild

Grizzly Bears- Icons of unspoiled wilderness, grizzly bears require large areas of intact habitat to survive. Their slow reproduction rate means that their populations are especially sensitive to human-caused mortality, such as trophy hunting and conflicts caused by habituation or lack of food. They lunch on slamon also.Mama is going to give cubs a lesson. | Pacific Wild

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