Grizzly Bears of Denali National Park
Grizzly Bears are majestic wild creatures. Viewing Grizzlies in Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska, is a highlight for any visitor. Since 1988, Grizzlies there have been studied by wildlife biologists.
Grizzlies are a naturally regulated wildlife population in Denali National Park and Preserve. The park’s bear population has been studied for over twenty years–one of the longest running studies of naturally regulated grizzly bears. The Grizzlies are monitored visually and by observing radio-instrumented (tagged) individuals. Interactions between bears and people are monitored carefully for the safety of both species.
The population trend determined from the calculated vital rates indicates that the Grizzly Bear population is likely to be decreasing slightly.
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