Look at those paws! Grizzly bears’ front claws are around four inches long and are used for digging into dirt, logs, shrubs, and snow. You can see that the claws on their back… more ›
It’s surprising how dainty and dexterous this 700 pound bear can be when eating a piece of lettuce. Grizzly bears are omnivores that eat meat, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and leafy greens. Watch till… more ›
Shake it off, Ronan! Grizzly bears are excellent swimmers who can store a large layer of fat to keep them warm and help them float!
It’s time for another Wellness Wednesday! This week we are sharing some enrichment given to our grizzly bear, Finley. One important aspect of animal health is having the opportunity to use all of… more ›
A pile of heavy logs is no match for a grizzly bear! Wild grizzly bears use their strong muscles, claws, and sense of smell to locate and dig up nuts, roots, and berries.
As long as the temperatures stay this high, the bears are going to stay in their pools! Here’s another moment with Ronan the grizzly bear relaxing in his favorite stream.
Grizzly bears are excellent problem solvers! Ronan the grizzly can smell that there are carrots inside of this foraging device, and he has learned that he can dunk the device into water to help… more ›
We can bearly stand how cute our grizzly bear Ronan’s big paws are in this photo! Recently all the bears are continuing to spend a lot of time in the water to keep… more ›
Finley, is that you? These photos are of the same bear taken about 6 months apart. Grizzly bears grow a thick coat of golden fur to keep them warm in the winter and… more ›
Today let’s watch Ronan the grizzly bear manipulate a puzzle-feeder enrichment item! Our grizzly bears get a variety of enrichment types every day to encourage natural bear behaviors. If you check out… more ›