Grizzlies, Grizzly Bears of Denali National Park
Grizzly Bears are majestic wild creatures. 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. The population trend determined from the calculated vital rates indicates that the Grizzly Bear population is likely to be decreasing slightly.
[ video ] Grizzlies: Backcountry Incidents
[ video ] Grizzlies: Front Country Interactions
[ video ] Denali’s Grizzly Population
[ video ] Denali’s Rainbow Portal
[ video ] Grizzly Bears and People: Preserving Bear & Visitor Experiences
[ video ] Great Grizzly Questions & Answers
[ video ] _Video In Production_ Where’s Tripod?
✧Invitation: Meet Ursus Arctos Horriblis
✧Readers invited to submit bear photos.
✧Frontier Scientists photo album: Bears (on Facebook).
✧Tapping the Power of Hibernation
✧Glacier Bay Bears project
[ video ] Bear Tracks: Glacier Bay Bears