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The Wonderful Wildlife at Yellowstone Bear World

The Wonderful Wildlife at Yellowstone Bear World

Seeing iconic western wildlife is high on your list of things to see. When you go to Yellowstone, you might see a moose, you might even see a mountain goat, or if you are in the right place at the right time, you could see a few bears. Unfortunately, when you do see wildlife, it is usually from a road with a pair of binoculars. When you want to really see the majestic Rocky Mountain Elk, the awesome American Bison, and the grandiose Grizzly Bear, Yellowstone Bear World...

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Things to Keep You Busy At Yellowstone

Things to Keep You Busy At Yellowstone

If you are planning your next trip, why not make an effort to get to Yellowstone? The geological activity surrounding Yellowstone Park makes it one of the most spectacular places to visit in North America. There is something for every member of your family. Here are some of the activities that Yellowstone has to offer. The Activities Back County Hiking and Camping: When you want to get up close and personal with Yellowstone, you can go deep into the park. There are...

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Wildlife you will see at Yellowstone Bear World

Wildlife you will see at Yellowstone Bear World

Why would you want to waste your time driving around Yellowstone Park hoping to see wildlife, when you can save time and see all the wildlife with one stop at Yellowstone Bear World? If you want to turn an ordinary trip into something your family will always remember, bring them to Yellowstone Bear World and you will see the majestic wildlife of the American West. Interesting facts about our wildlife Whether you drive your own car through our park, or take a ride on...

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The Wildlife at Yellowstone Bear World

The Wildlife at Yellowstone Bear World

Let’s face it, when you schedule a trip to Yellowstone seeing wildlife is high on your list. Unfortunately, you will soon find out that wildlife can be hard to find and even more difficult to see. If you want to get up close and personal with the animals of Yellowstone, then you need to come to Yellowstone Bear World. No trip to Yellowstone is complete without coming to our facility where you will be able to see some of the biggest animals in North America. We are...

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Things You Can Do At Yellowstone Bear World

Things You Can Do At Yellowstone Bear World

If you have planned the most amazing family trip to Yellowstone, we can help you make it even better. After you have seen geysers and gone hiking, if you want to see wildlife up close and personal, we are the capstone of your expedition. Here are a few of things you can expect when you make Yellowstone Bear World you destination. Bear Cub Bottle Feeding: If you want to see bears, you cannot get closer than feeding one of our little bear cubs. You will be able to go...

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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 and your family will be able to see bears in their natural habitat. Don’t...

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Yellowstone Wildlife Spotlight: Mountain Goat

Yellowstone Wildlife Spotlight: Mountain Goat

While their name suggests a relationship to the small goats you imagine on a farm, mountain goats are in a class all their own—literally. Among the 32 species in the Caprinae subfamily like muskox, antelope, sheep, and goats, mountain goats are the only species in the genus Oreamnos (derived from the Greek word for mountain). And they are in their own category for a good reason. Mountain goats live in a habitat that almost none of the other Yellowstone animals could...

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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 operation, the main activities for Yellowstone visitors were to see and...

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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 reasons as to why Bear World won’t fit into your Yellowstone vacation, but...

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Yellowstone Wildlife Spotlight: Moose

Yellowstone Wildlife Spotlight: Moose

The English-speaking world may forever wonder why a group of moose are not called “meese.” It could be because you won’t often find these massive animals roaming in groups of any kind. According to Animal Diversity Web of the University of Michigan, moose are one of the least social animals. But that all changes around autumn when mating—or rutting—season begins. During this time of year, a dominant male moose, or a bull, will gather a harem of females for...

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