The US Fish and Wildlife Service wants to remove federal protections for grizzly bears, but some scientists and environmentalists say it's too soon. The post The Controversial Science Behind The Yellowstone Grizzly Losing ESA Protection appeared first on WIRED.
Grizzly bears look all gruff and dangerous when they're full grown, but when they're chubby little cubs they simply ooze cuteness. National Geographic host and filmmaker Casey Anderson knows the power of bear cub cute, because he recently...Show More Summary
A hunter in Churchhill, Manitoba, Canada recently posted pictures to his Facebook account showing off his most recent kill: a grolar bear. Grolar bears, sometimes called “pizzly bears,” are a polar bear/grizzly bear hybrid resulting from inbreeding between the two species. While the existence of this interspecies...
Fears that grizzly bear and polar bear hybrids could lead to the extinction of the polar bears are misplaced. The loss of the polar bear's natural habitat through climate change is a much more serious threat.
Grizzly-polar bear hybrid shot dead in Canada brings new global warming fears https://t.co/rXFDEqT0Kb pic.twitter.com/a3LjTupnxe — The Telegraph (@Telegraph) May 25, 2016 Grizzly bears, like most species, live to procreate. Or rather, procreate to live. Show More Summary
The Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation recently submitted comments in favor of delisting of the grizzly bear as a threatened species under the The post Alliance Submits Comments on Delisting of Grizzly Bears appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
GoPro celebrates Endangered Species Day with this documentary about naturalist Casey Anderson. About 13 years ago, Casey rescued a grizzly bear, who’s now one of his closest pals and inspired him to create a grizzly sanctuary. Quite a contrast from The Revenant.
Casey Anderson, a National Geographic television host, filmmaker, naturalist and founder of the Montana Grizzly Encounter introduced an orphaned rescued grizzly bear cub named Bella, with whom he’s spending a great deal of time and who likes to have her feet tickled. Show More Summary
Bella is an orphaned grizzly cub from Alaska who is now good friends with Casey Anderson, a naturalist with a GoPro. Anderson took some GoPro footage of himself playing with Bella that, if you're deluded enough, will let you pretend you're tickling the soft little paws of a baby bear. Show More Summary
The hybrid offspring are known as "pizzlies" or "grolars," and they're becoming more common as the Arctic ice melts.
Adorable... yet deadly. Bella is an orphaned grizzly bear cub at the Montana Grizzly Encounter sanctuary. A new GoPro clip posted on YouTube shows Casey Anderson, co-owner and director of the sanctuary, teaching Bella about space and...Show More Summary
Grizzly Bear's Ed Droste and Little Joy's Binki Shapiro (and friends) collab on a cover of the deep Dead cut "Loser", taken from the massive Day of the Dead 10xLP boxset charity comp that dropped yesterday on 4AD... Continue reading...
It’s been nearly three years since the sisters Haim released their debut album, Days Are Gone, and since then they’ve mostly been known for quarreling with Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste and hanging out with Taylor Swift and her #squad. It’s about time we heard some new tunes from “Falling” band, and thanks to an intrepid citizen […]
Sounds like: Geographer, Grizzly Bear, Young The Giant Song: Local Natives - Past Lives What's so good? Yo, what's that? New Local Natives came out a week ago and no one noticed? Or at least... I didn't notice? (to be fair, loaaads of...Show More Summary
Triple D Game Farm is a ranch in Kalispell, MT that raises animal models for photography, cinematography and educational purposes. Here’s one of their models, a grizzly bear, goofing off with a sprinkler.
Sounds like: Dear And The Headlights, SMILE, Grizzly Bear Song: Trudy And The Romance - He Sings What's so good? Are you familiar with mutant 50's pop? You're NOT?! Oh, well do I have a treat for you. Trudy And The Romance are the Liverpool...Show More Summary
In March 2016, the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) proposed delisting the grizzly bear in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem in portions of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. As mandated by the Endangered Species Act (ESA), the Service opened a 60-day public comment period. Show More Summary
In 1964, a blond girl plucked the petals off a daisy. In 1984, morning broke across America, and a menacing grizzly bear lumbered through the woods. Four years later, Willie Horton’s mug shot glowered across everybody’s screens. In 2004, John Kerry windsurfed to the Blue Danube Waltz. Show More Summary
SALMON, Idaho (Reuters) - A U.S. government plan to lift Endangered Species Act protection of the grizzly bear in and around Yellowstone National Park drew a torrent of criticism from environmentalists and Indian tribes as the public comment period for the proposal came to a close on Wednesday.