Joshua Rapp Learn

Q&A: Conserving bear culture

For decades, wildlife managers have worked widely with different bear species, from controlling problem bears in campsites, to conserving imperiled species like polar bears. This work has evolved greatly. For example, 60 years ago, managers

Dana Kobilinsky

Bears change wolf feeding habits

Bears and wolves coexist in both Yellowstone National Park and 5,000 miles across the globe in parts of Scandinavia. But researchers recently found that in both places, bears are changing the way wolves eat despite