This web site is intended to provide information on the current status of the American Grizzly Bear. Today, the grizzly bear population in the lower forty-eight states numbers about 1,000 - reduced from an estimated 50,000 to 100,000 before the West was settled. The Grizzly Bear Recovery Plan identifies six ecosystems as grizzly bear recovery ones and one ecosystem as an evaluation area.
This is a great site to learn about conservation efforts regarding bears and their habitat. Find out how you can adopt a bear... or read and learn about the bears that have been helped. There are also great lesson plans for teachers!
From the earliest cave drawings, to modern film, the bear is a powerful symbol and an even more powerful image. This site includes bear myths and bear essays.
A study about bears wouldn't be complete without visiting this site! The North American Bear center includes great slide shows and a kids’ area that has lots of different bear vocalizations (sounds)!
The web's biggest polar bear site! Explore the latest information and research, browse photos of polar bears, and get all the bear facts.
See the Polar Bear at the San Diego Zoo by live cam.
How BIG is the black bear? What do its paws look like? How long is its stride? Learn about the biology of bears and also answer some of these puzzling questions at the bcadventure Web site. There are also some great suggestions on good bear books to read.
Nature has a great site about Bears... Visit a river that is surrounded by bears and follow the life of a cub and the dangers and challenges they have to face! Check out the fishing tactics of the bear!
This Think Quest site was designed by three students to
help other kids learn about bears. Take their quiz about
bears - and see how much you have learned!