Glacier Park Photographer

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Friday, April 27, 2012

Grizzly Bears Are Showing Along the Rocky Mountain Front

Two young grizzly bear cubs emerge from their winter slumber
along the Rocky Mountain Front.
Nikon D300, 500mm, 1.4x extender. © Tony Bynum. 
It's that time of year again when the grass greens up, the buds on the Aspen trees start to swell, and the grizzly bears become active after a long winter's rest.  Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks bear biologist recently flew the rocky mountain front front and found that there many active bears. I encourage anyone who's going out hiking, recreating or taking a stroll to be aware of the potential for a grizzly bear encounter. The best way to protect yourself is to make some noise - so a bear know's your around - and if you become the target of aggression, bear spray is the best, final defense.  Learn to use it, and pack it!

Click here for the full story by Carl Puckett who interviewed Mike Madel.


1 comment:

Jeff said...

Have you seen any yet?