Beaudoin, Kate
The effects of climate change are already evident, and the stakes are high for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers living in southwest Montana who recreate year-round in Yellowstone National Park. Read more >>
Orem, Tina
Like the title indicates, Kalispell’s Ben Long presents a collection of bear stories from across Montana. Read more >>
Tina Orem
MARK OF THE GRIZZLY by Scott McMillion Guilford, CT: Globe Pequot Press, 1998 249 pages Read more >>
Lach, Devon
Local Bozeman resident and author/illustrator Ted Rechlin gives Montana’s children of all ages a chance to find out what a year in the life of a Yellowstone grizzly is like in his new book Silvertip (Riverbend Publishing, $10). Read more >>
Babcock, Adam
I saw the two bears from the road while driving. Like a proper tourist, I stopped right in the middle of the road. Since I was on a curve, I did the responsible thing—I turned on my hazards. Read more >>
Reuss, Dave
Everyone knows that carrying bear spray is essential when a big grizzly sees red—but not everyone knows how to dispose of their half-used or empty cans while staying green. Read more >>
Smith, Greg
“Tell us a scary bear story.”I knew what he wanted—I just didn’t want to give it to him. Read more >>
Fella, Monica
Which one is better?
Rick Bass
A series of self-inflicted wounds. 
Monica Fella
Spring has sprung, and we aren't the only ones waking up from a long winter. All over Montana, warmer weather is bringing grizzlies out of their dens. Read more >>
Brad Japhe
Books about bruins.
Eric Blankenburg
Grizzly bears, with their magnetic pull toward media attention, are polarizing the nation yet again. In April, the grizzlies in and around Yellowstone National Park were delisted from the Endangered Species list, sparking controversy over the future of these misunderstood giants. Read more >>
Orem, Tina
Bear books may all seem the same, and indeed the thinking may overlap quite a bit, but the variety of philosophies, yarns, and themes offered by books in this genre keep it from getting tired. Read more >>
Ryan Molde
Yellowstone grizzlies are not your garden-variety grizzly. Because an unusual number of them go through a black-color phase, and because they are more ponderous and gargantuan than the government often gives them credit for, there’s a precedent for continued protection. Read more >>
Black  Bear, Montana
Melynda Coble
Imitating bears, becoming possessed by their spirit, and sometimes even becoming a bear are all part of Native American Bear Dances. Read more >>
Yellowstone, Grizzly Bears
Joe Gutkoski
A Yellowstone grizzly encounter.
Leigh Ripley
We all know the danger is out there, but the reality of it actually happening is usually far from our thoughts. Fact is, grizzly bears do attack. They attack anyone or anything they feel threatened by. Spend enough time in the backcountry, and one day that threat might be you. Read more >>
animals, hibernation, winter
Chrysti Smith
Many Montana creatures pass the winter in a state of near or total hibernation. In protected burrows, animals such as squirrels, snakes, turtles, and bears enter a sleep-like dormancy for months at a time. Read more >>
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