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alberta bears

They were looking for a snack.
Human-wildlife interactions have been a cause for concern recently.
The 225-kilogram grizzly ate another bear last fall.
Did you ever think it'd be great to see a bear up close? Cool, right? Yes. But also, no. Alberta Parks released a video Monday
Who says you shouldn't invite a bear into your home? Ok. Everyone says that because bears can be very dangerous creatures
Elk Island National Park is one of the best places to catch a glimpse of bison up close, but not many of the park's 200,000
Triplet black bear cubs were spotted with their mom recently in Waterton Lakes National Park, and the photos are some of
Aggressive bears near the Banff townsite have prompted Parks Canada officials to close a popular recreation area. Wildlife
Believe it or not, there is a bear in this photo. Waterton Lakes National Park posted the photo to Facebook, and it took
When it comes to bears, how close is too close? This probably qualifies. Hunter Jeffrey Moffatt captured a particularly close