Grizzly Moving – Protecting Grizzly Bears

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Keeping Grizzly Bears Safe and Secure

The most important factor in a healthy grizzly Grizzly Moving population is quality habitat. By that, we mean secure stable terrain that is able to sustain the bears while they are active and in hibernation and keeps them healthy enough to reproduce. The landscape must also have minimal human-related fragmentation, non-natural food attractants and other perils that can cause bears to get into trouble.

Research shows that human-related pressures on wild lands can actually change the behavior of grizzlies in ways that are far more dramatic than any of us may be aware. Wildlife managers in many states have found that grizzlies become transformed into “conflict” bears when they are forced to rely on human-related resources, including non-natural food attractants such as trash and livestock feed, and even humans themselves as a source of shelter or food.

These changes not only affect grizzlies but countless other native species, many of which are prized by hunters and fish and game agencies. They can also cause a significant impact on the ecosystem as a whole, such as the demise of short-faced bears in Idaho and Montana.

There are many factors that can contribute to changing the behavior of a bear, such as changes in climate, loss of large herbivores such as bison and muskoxen, or increasing competition from other animals, especially other bears. Some of these are directly related to climate change and others are indirect.

In addition, a bear’s home range increases over time and this is largely due to the growth of their habitat and their ability to travel from one part of their range to another. The average home range size for a grizzly in Yellowstone today is 3.25 times larger than the average of the bears that inhabited the area before humans arrived.

A similar phenomenon is taking place in Canada’s British Columbia, where some grizzlies are reclaiming historic range and even using outer coastal islands for a new home. Sarah Milligan, a wildlife biologist with the British Columbia Ministry of Environment and Conservation, and her team found that moved bears use their new habitat as much as or more than longtime residents.

They also find that transplanted bears are more mobile than their longtime counterparts and create an average home range that is 3.25 times larger.

This is because grizzlies tend to have huge home ranges, and when they move into a new area, their ranges grow significantly. They may choose a different type of habitat, such as a different habitat for food, or they might just simply decide that it’s better for them to move away from other places where they are struggling.