Then people began to start hunting them down. Other things were companies such as gas, mining, land development that destroyed their habitat. Their population started to decrease in the 1970s, and then the state put a law in the grizzly bears to keep them from going into extinction. By doing this, Grizzlies have made a comeback by bringing their population back up now. People can still hunt them, but it was to be limited. People have donated money and did fund raisers to keep the bears from dying off. Grizzlies have been spotted only in the lower 48 states in America. There is only about 1,500 left in the lower states of
The black bear is one of the most common bears in the U.S.A. Even though the black bear is one of the three smallest bears, it has great claws and amazing climbing ability. Experts estimate that about 80,000 black bears die each year in the U.S.A. This animal, the black bear, is threatened and should be saved.
Big Bear Mountain, A mountain full of great adventure and fun! The limits are endless at big bear. Spring, Summer, Winter or Fall there is never a dull moment. There is 100s of activities and places to lodge. San Bearndino’s, Big Bear Mountain is a historical mountain with many tourist attractions and lots of activities. (1)
Panda Bears are adorable. They are very resourceful and family-oriented. This is part of the reason I love them, and am do a report over them. They make me all warm and cuddly inside. Panda’s are most widely known for their black and white coat of fur. I find this their cutest feature. It’s going to be a “Pandemonium” of time.
Supernatural beings live among us. And they thrive best in Seattle, hometown of mysterious bear shifters and the lucky women strong enough to love them. If only it were that easy…
The only predator that a polar bear has is man, before guns polar bears didn’t fear people. In the 1970s polar bears became endangered a law was put up to protect them. To protect them Russia, Canada, Denmark, and Norway are working on ways to stop hunters and to come up with ways to slow down global warming since the glaciers are melting at a rapid pace. Researchers believe there are about 25,000 to 30,000 left in the wild.
While in the backcountry never ever travel alone always try to travel with a group or a few more people other than yourself. While you're walking always stay on the flagged trail u have a better chance on not running into a bear. A wise decision is to always carry a Bear bell, bear spray and even a bear banger because you never know Always look for signs such as bear droppings, tree scratch marks, and paw tracks. The key thing is to BE LOUD talk singing anything to make yourself loud. They are super attracted to food smells or even just sweet smells like toothpaste so cook brush teething anything like that could attract them do a it a good distance away. Walking with a dog can be good but also a bears a lot bigger than a dog so always be careful.
The latest survey conducted by the US Forest Service shows that as many as 97% of the animals of the Arctic could be affected as a result of the observed warming. The climate change may occur faster in the Arctic region. Scientists have developed computer models to predict changes in the environment and their impact on the 162 species of birds and 39 species of mammals in the Arctic.
There are many people who I look up to on a everyday basis. Teachers, parents, sports coaches, and even everyday people showing random acts of integrity. But the person at the top of my personal hero is Tee Grizzly. Now I'm assuming most of people reading my essay don’t have any idea what a Tee or a Grizzly is. Well, maybe a Grizzly but that’s besides the point. Tee Grizzly is a rapper that was born in Detroit, Joy road to be exact. Making songs about his childhood talking about how he came from nothing to now being one of the most trending rappers in the game. He inspires me tremendously.
Ask any child about constellations and they will know about the star formation known as “The Big Dipper”. The stars that form this asterism (Dubhe, Merak, Phecda, Megrez, Alioth, Mizar, and Alkaid) are the brightest part of the constellation they make whole, Ursa Major: The Great Bear. Although the constellation is certainly common enough to recognize, I hold a more personal attachment to it. I grew up nearby a convent which owned a crest marked with Ursa Major. The convent was a central root of the area, so the people often had the crest and familiar Ursa Major constellation everywhere. When I look into the night sky and see these familiar stars, they remind me of the people in the area who became close family and friends. Like the bear it symbolized, this constellation will always be like a mother bear protecting my sweet memories as if they were cubs.