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Grizzly and Her Newborns - First Sighting

Our First encounter with a special Grizzly Mother and her newborn cubs this year. She is such a patient and well tempered Grizzly sow and we are now lucky enough to witness her with her second set of Cubs over the last several years. It was an exciting day as we were not certain she was okay over the Winter, but clearly she was. Grizzly Bears produce only two or three cubs every three years and their survival rate is unfortunately very low. Everyone in this location of Canada's Rockies will be Cheering this family on in 2020!




Grizzly Bear in Jasper National Park, Alberta; Just Out of Hibernation

Grizzly Bear in Jasper National Park, Alberta; Just Out of Hibernation. This Bear has apparently been travelling quite a distance in Canada's Rockies. Now out of Hibernation, this sub-adult Grizzly demonstrates their powerful digging ability.




A Canadian Grizzly Bear Romance

Grizzly Bears seek out suitable partners from May through July with a peak being in mid-June. Please let us know if the audio is OK or if we should alter it? ..The Grizzlies did not make any natural sounds during this encounter and we thought we would lighten it up a bit.




Largest Grizzly Bear in Spring in Alberta's Rockies

The largest Grizzly Bear we have seen in Alberta's Rockies in the Spring so far. Hedysarum alpinum is a species of flowering plant in the legume family known by the common name alpine sweetvetch. These roots are a primary food for grizzly bears in some areas, such as Alberta's Rockies.




Large Grizzly Bear in a Jasper Spring, Digging for Nutrients

Grizzly Bears' food sources vary with season and habitat, for instance... a plant that is highly nutritious in spring may have little food value in the summer. Sweetvetch roots for example, are an energy rich food source for Grizzly Bears when they wake up in the Spring. We captured this Video of a very Large Grizzly in Canada's Rocky Mountains.




Back Country Grizzly Bear Family

It is suspected this Grizzly Mother and Cubs chose to come down from recent snow filled altitudes in search of green, of which precipitation has fortified in the valley bottoms of Alberta recently. An amazing few moments for us, but we don't expect to see this beautiful back country family again as they will probably choose higher altitudes very shortly.




Grizzly Bear Family as Evening Approaches

As evening approaches, these Grizzly Bear Cubs of the Year gradually slow down and become more affectionate with each other and Mum. These are typical signs near feeding and bedding down times for Grizzly families that are not stressed in nature. Another wonderful surprise as night falls in Canada's Rockies.




A Happy Grizzly Bear in Jasper, Alberta

A Beautiful Happy Grizzly Bear in Jasper, Alberta.




Healthy Grizzly Family Crosses our Path

We haven't seen this Grizzly Mother(Sow) and her Cubs of the Year for a little while, so it was nice to witness them looking very healthy.



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