grizzly bear


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

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Just last November, a male grizzly bear killed Vale rie The oret, 37, and her infant daughter Adele Roesholt at a remote cabin in Canada's Yukon territory before their (https://www.newsweek.com/yukon-fur-trapper-kills-grizzly-suspected-mauling-wife-baby-1239818) bodies were found by the child's father.
FILE - In this July 6, 2011, file photo, a grizzly bear roams near Beaver Lake in Yellowstone National Park, Wyo.
"But how do we know if they are grizzly bear droppings?" asks one worried backpacker.
Fish and Wildlife Service grizzly bear recovery coordinator.
The grizzly bear is a good example of an animal that has been considered an enemy to man but is important to their environment.
The focus of this paper is to evaluate the role of landscape-level food resource heterogeneity in grizzly bear selection for buffaloberry patches by comparing patch- and landscape-level foraging strategies.
Indie-folk outfit Grizzly Bear are hitting these shores next week for two Dublin dates.
NYT Syndicate There's a magnificent insularity in Grizzly Bear's music on its fifth full-length album, 'Painted Ruins'.
Key words: polar bear; Ursus maritimus; grizzly bear; Ursus arctos; hybrid; microsatellites; High Arctic; Northwest Territories; Viscount Melville Sound
But if you're really looking to get up extra close and personal with Canada's furry residents, then Barrhead Travel suggest you head to the west coast of British Columbia, to experience Grizzly Bear Viewing.
In a lengthy account of the incident also posted on Facebook, Orr said that he was hiking at the Madison Valley area, located southwest of Montana in the US on Saturday when a mother grizzly bear attacked him.
Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) regarding the delisting of the grizzly bear in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE).
Professor McLaird also looks at the grizzly bear itself, examining popular sentiments towards the creature that led to its near-extinction.
The effects of open-pit mining on ungulate species like caribou have been heavily studied, but its impacts on large omnivore mammals like the grizzly bear are still largely unknown.
Chandler focused on the widely varying and complex aspects of grizzly bear power or "medicine"--the ceremonies, dances, representations in the arts (paintings, porcupine quillwork, and beadwork), and above all, on the imposing and highly emblematic necklaces made of grizzly bear claws.