December 11, 2003

Grizzly Habitat

At one time grizzly bears ranged the west from the Pacific coastline to the Great Plains. Today the boundaries of Yellowstone National Park provide the only viable population in the lower 48 states. Are isolated habitats enough to sustain them? Are connecting corridors to recovery zones in Idaho, Montana and Canada feasible to allow transfer between ecosystems and gene pools?

On this program, a panel discussion with a diverse group of bear experts answers questions about grizzly bear habitat.