Glacier Bears: My, and hundreds of others’, first grizzly encounter
by Harrison Sky Since I was a little kid, I wished to be here. Now, I was amongst the awesome landscape of... Read More
Bear Viewing Today & Always
“Im afraid to even breathe.” This, uttered in the smallest of whispers by a substantially large, typically exuberant Australian fellow sitting next... Read More
A Bear’s Bill of Rights
Bears deserve to have some rights. For example, a bear has the right to expect that you will be an educated resident of bear country and be willing to accommodate the needs of bears into your lifestyle and daily habits; and ...
Bears play an important role in the environment. We are just beginning to learn how bears positively impact the environment...
With snow dusting the mountain tops and temperatures dipping down to the single digits, the chill in the air is signifying winter is just around the corner...
How Dangerous Are Bears?
Most interactions between bears involve considerable tolerance and restraint. They usually display the same tolerance towards people...
15 Myths About Bears You Shouldn’t Believe
Bears, not surprisingly, are the subject of many myths and hearsays and have become the victims of public policies harmful or out-right deadly to them...
Help! There’s a Bear in my Kitchen!
Unfortunately this has been the case lately in Whistler. Sadly this has resulted in two bears being killed since Thanksgiving weekend.
Surviving Without Food
With fall officially upon us the bruin world is starting to prepare for their long slumber ahead. At this time of year, bears are feeding up to 20 hours a day to stock up on their own fat reserves.