Cute Bear Cubs! It’s always fun to capture a bear of any size on trail cam! But two cute bear cubs wrestling one another? That’s special! Watch baby bear antics while mama bear relaxes nearby.
This pleasingly plump black bear ambled through our woods. He’s obviously gorged himself on huckleberries in preparation of winter.
No sooner had Mallory come inside from cleaning up the garage when she spotted a large dark animal on the lawn. Processing that it was not a deer, she announced that there was a bear in our yard. I glanced out of the window, and saw the bear standing under a tree approximately 15 feet […]
This is no pansy-assed black bear! Your worst nightmare, this large male grizzly (ursus horribilis), guards the RMKK People’s yard.
While at the kitchen sink, I saw a stellar jay with a chunk of something in its mouth. Looking towards the barrel, where Buck’s head was (thinking the jay was stealing some meat), I saw that the head was gone. Upon further investigation, Buck’s hide (that was in another barrel close to the house) was […]
The air is cool, the leaves are changing and the bears are fattening. Fattening up with grouse that is! Lurking in the dark about 50 feet down the hill from our house, this black bear came for a visit one night to feast on the grouse that came crashing into our window a couple of […]
It was the morning after my mother died that I saw the bear. It was early and I was lying in bed looking out of my second story bedroom window. I often look out of the window in the mornings to start the day while also hoping to get a glimpse of wildlife starting […]
Camping isn’t for the faint of heart. There is the possibility that you’ll have to do your duty in some vile scented pit toilet, wash your dishes in some potty like contraption, or even get mutilated by a bear. We enjoy camping in Many Glacier and are aware of bear attacks. This picture shows one of our campsites […]
It was around 5:30 a.m. and I had just rolled over to the side of the bed with the window fan so I could feel the breeze when David came in and told me that Jack Hanna, the famous zookeeper, had sprayed a bear on the Grinnell trail. My early bird husband probably didn’t notice, but […]
We were on the road between Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton when we saw the bear jam. We figured it was a bear jam, at least I did. But, it could have been buffalo, elk, or moose. Buffalo had caused a major traffic jam earlier in the day when they insisted on taking their good […]