BILLINGS, Montana (AP) — After 25 years of inbreeding, Yellowstone National Park’s wolves are becoming more genetically similar, researchers have found. “They’re still a really healthy population,” said Alexandra DeCandia, who looked into wolf genetics for research she recently published. “It’s not anything we’re worried about.” In fact, genetic similarity can help Yellowstone’s wolves fight […]Read More Scientists look at how some Yellowstone wolves avoid mange – East Idaho News
JACKSON, Wyo. — Photographer T.L. Wilson captured these stunning images of bison crossing the Yellowstone River in the Hayden Valley of Yellowstone National Park earlier last fall. “I drove up to Yellowstone National Park in the early morning from Jackson Hole,” Wilson said. “I saw a few photographers with their tripods set up along the […]Read More SNAPPED: Bison herd crosses Yellowstone River in America’s first national park – Buckrail – Jackson Hole, news
Blizzard, a 25-year-old polar bear living at Washington’s Point Defiance Zoo, loves a good snow day… More about this article in link video below…. https://www.usatoday.com/videos/travel/2021/02/17/watch-adorable-polar-bear-play-and-nap-freshly-fallen-snow/6778532002/ More Zoology in article below click link below… https://people.com/pets/washington-zoo-polar-bear-blizzard-enjoys-snow-video/Read More Watch this adorable polar bear play and nap in freshly fallen snow
The bear cub was white—not albino, but snowy with black eyes, thanks to a recessive gene that it’s mother, a normal black bear who it followed around, must have carried. Over a series of summers, Philip Charles and other guides at the Spirit Bear Lodge in British Columbia watched it grow up on camera traps. […]Read More Why Are Spirit Bear Sightings Declining?
These powerful Alaskan bears have been caught close up and personal by a wildlife photographer as they catch salmon. The group of photographers didn’t go unnoticed themselves – one curious bear even came close enough to investigate the photographers and cameras for herself. Photographer Leighton Lum, 32, captured the amazing images as the bears were […]Read More Grizzly bear gets a bit too close for comfort in Alaska
Famous Hiker: John Muir John Muir, John Muir also known as “John of the Mountains” and “Father of the National Parks”, was an influential Scottish-American naturalist, author, environmental philosopher, botanist, zoologist, glaciologist, and early advocate for the preservation of wilderness in the United States of America. If something’s bothering you, shrub it off and go […]Read More Hiking with dogs pictures and Quotes for Happy trails
With less than 55,000 grizzly bears left in the wild across North America, the sighting of even one is a cause for celebration. Hence you can only imagine how delighted Cara Clarkson and her family were when they spotted two young grizzlies — one with rarely seen all-white fur— foraging alongside the Trans-Canada Highway near […]Read More Gorgeous Rare White Grizzly Bear Sighted In Canada Kids News Article
A bear emerges from dense vegetation and pauses on the shore. It’s early spring, and the young grizzly has only recently roused from hibernation, ravenous and driven. He lifts his head and gazes out across the falling tide to the opposite shore, where forested slopes are close enough to make out individual trees. The bear […]Read More Where Now Grizzly Bear? | Hakai Magazine