Bears are on the prowl. It’s up to you to keep them safe.
You know that backpack you put down for 5 minutes while you put the tent up that had your candy bar wrappers in it? Well, there it goes.
This black bear was picked up and given a new home in a National Park after he went for a little walk in LA. What lured him into the city is the same addictive drug rangers fight against in Yosemite every night.
Bears are a beautiful part of Yosemite. By helping follow a few simple guidelines you help protect them and yourself.
And you thought your job was exciting. Follow along with Jeffrey Trust as he spends a busy night wrangling bears in Yosemite.
Watch your step. Getting too close to a mother and her cubs isn’t safe.
Tony Immoos captured this beautiful photo of a Black Bear in Ahwahnee Meadow. A rare sight in the Valley during the day. Nice shot, Tony. Photo by Tony Immoos.
@YosemiteScience: “Be bear aware: First bear hit by a vehicle this year. And, 16 incidents so far where a bear obtained trash or got into unsecured dumpsters.” (photo: Andy Sternberg)
A tagged black bear in Yosemite Valley. Photo by Simon Phipps. Yes, it’s true, Researchers have found that black bears searching for food in Yosemite National Park have been targeting minivans over other types of vehicles. In a recent article that appeared in the Journal of Mammology, researchers have found that black bears in Yosemite […]