Finding the “Bear” Necessities

Finding the “Bear” Necessities

Are you looking for a memorable family trip that stands out from the ordinary? A trip to Yellowstone is outdoor experience waiting for you. Once in Yellowstone, you can find the “bear” necessities at Yellowstone Bear World. If you are tired of wandering roads hoping for a bear sighting, we are perfect for you wildlife viewing experience. We are Idaho’s number one wildlife attraction. You...

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Yellowstone Wildlife Conservation: Save the Bears

Yellowstone Wildlife Conservation: Save the Bears

Yellowstone National Park is famous for its black bears and grizzly bears; guests travel from all over the world in hopes of catching a glimpse of one of those beautiful animals. However, the park’s bear population hasn’t always been as healthy and free as it is now. Yellowstone has travelled a long, hard road to achieve their goals of conservation. A Dangerous Past In its first century of...

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Why You Might Regret Skipping Bear World on Your Next Trip to Yellowstone

Why You Might Regret Skipping Bear World on Your Next Trip to Yellowstone

Most of the visitors in Rexburg, Idaho have travelled here for one reason and one reason only: Yellowstone National Park. And for good reason—the park is beautiful, expansive, and teeming with wildlife. You won’t soon forget your experience at Yellowstone. But there’s one other attraction in the area you won’t want to miss: Yellowstone Bear World. You could probably come up with several...

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Yellowstone Wildlife Spotlight: American Bison

Yellowstone Wildlife Spotlight: American Bison

Here at Bear World, you’ll find a variety of Yellowstone wildlife. Probably one of the most notable (beside the bears of course) is the American bison—or as many people know them, buffalo. Bison are the hulking herd animals of Yellowstone, roaming in groups across the grasslands. Bulls grow up to be around six feet tall and twelve feet long while cows are five feet tall and eight feet long....

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The Super Sniffers

You may have heard the surprising statistic that a bear’s sense of smell is seven times greater than that of a bloodhound (which can already pick out smells 1,000 times better than a human being). Bears are leagues ahead of us when it comes to sniffing out mates, danger, and most importantly, food. While you might be able to detect fresh baked chocolate chip cookies when you walk into your...

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