Sunday, May 5, 2013

A Grizzly Bear's Plea

A fantastic article in Montana's Daily Inter Lake, detailing the plight of grizzlies as they suffer the continual encroachments of human habitations, all written from the perspective of a grizzly bear. This is great to see and likely a sign that the tide is turning in favor of a greater understanding about bears and a larger tolerance for what they need. I hope to see more work like this coming out in the future.

1 comment:

  1. Unlike their black counterpart they've lengthy claws because of their different foraging character. They are usually an easy brown or brownish color. The face area profile is much more of the dish formed and more than a black bear. They've short rounded ears and humped shoulders within their body profile

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