Grizzly Bears are one of the more popular animals that live in Glacier National Park, however actually seeing one in it’s natural habitat can be a pretty rare occurrence, as this animal tries to avoid human interaction as much as possible and tends to stay more in Glacier’s back country.
Every other year, grizzlies produce one to four young cubs (usually two). The cubs are small and weigh only around one pound at birth. While it is rare to see a grizzley in the park unless you are hiking in the remote back country, if you should happen to see one, please use caution, especially if it is a sow with cubs. A sow is quite protective of her offspring and will take steps to protect her offspring if she feels threatened.
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