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To do list for grizzly bears

Together we can protect grizzly bears in the Cascades and the greater Pacific Northwest. Here's a list of things to do, and information resources.

A northwestern legacy of grizzly bears.Grizzly bears have been eradicated from 98% of their home range in the lower 48 states. Today fewer than 10 bears are thought to roam the US side of the North Cascades, and fewer than 20 in BC’s Cascades.

But the situation is hopeful, because you can take action today to ensure a healthy future for this iconic mammal! You can also get the latest alerts for bears in your inbox by signing up for our alert list.

Save the North Cascades grizzly bear

To recover Cascades grizzly bears, take action now!

Send a message to the US Fish & Wildlife Service, the agency responsible for these bears. The North Cascades Grizzly Bear Recovery Plan has languished for far too long.  

Kids looking at grizzly bear, Woodland Park Zoo. Photo copyright Chris Weston
Kids looking at grizzly bear, Woodland Park Zoo. Photo copyright Chris Weston

Other ways to speak up

  • Share the inspiring video below with your friends and ask them to take action, too!  This video was created for us several years ago by Chris Morgan, star of PBS Nature's Bears of the Last Frontier and author of the gorgeous book of the same name. Thanks, Chris!

 

Who else supports the North Cascades grizzly?  Many people!

 

 

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