Project Description

Brown bears have a history of making their way into human territory over the years. Whether they are digging through the trash left out at modern homes or stealing fish from villages many years ago. Grizzlies are omnivorous and therefore love a hearty diet of meat, berries, roots, and other tasty morsels in their habitats. Their claws allow them to dig up roots to munch on or capture and tear their prey for easier consumption. Brown bears love a diet of salmon and tend to hang out near the spawning salmon streams for an easy meal. They can also be found on sedge flats where certain grasses, roots, and ground squirrels are bountiful.