grizzly

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Synonyms for grizzly

powerful brownish-yellow bear of the uplands of western North America

showing characteristics of age, especially having grey or white hair

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Enhancing forest habitat is helping restore habitat connectivity and giving grizzly bears more room.
The Yellowstone population has slowly rebounded and now hosts the second-largest concentration of grizzly bears in the Lower 48 states.
They can't be allowed to follow that route," grizzly bear biologist Wayne McCrory said last month of the pipeline corridor proposed for the Prince Rupert Gas Transmission Project.
Second, it offers insight into potential foods and behaviors of grizzly bears in a range unlike any they currently occupy.
WHAT a fantastic programme BBC's The Great Bear Stakeout was, following the lives of grizzly bears in Alaska.
The 24-year-old Pennsylvania native, whose name was not immediately released because his next of kin wasn't notified, was working at Animals of Montana in Bozeman when one or two captive grizzly bears mauled him to death Sunday, the (http://abcnews.
explorers encountered grizzly bears (Ursus arctos horribilis) (3) along
travel/lpe) 13-day Canadian Rockies and Grizzly Bears break, ex-Manchester from September, costs from pounds 1,799pp.
He travels to the wild places he used to dream about to study grizzly bears.
I The bad advice, however, reminds me of the joke about grizzly bears where the punch line says you can identify grizzly bear scat I by the bells and pepper spray.
It's a near-perfect cast of characters, except for one gaping void: grizzly bears.
White was backpacking along the Toklat River, an area where about a dozen grizzly bears are frequently seen, according to wildlife biologists cited by the Daily News.
Female grizzly bears will not mate with males while they are looking after their cubs.
29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, three rescued grizzly bears arrived at the Northern Lights Wildlife Society (NLWS) shelter in Smithers, British Columbia.
It illustrates a dangerous and growing trend in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem--one that may pose a problem for the recently de-listed Yellowstone grizzly bears.