How Long Do Bears Live?
Posted by Bear World on Jun 10, 2019 in Blog | Comments Off on How Long Do Bears Live?
Bear Species There are eight bear species in the world. Although most of them are omnivorous, their diets are mostly vegetarian. In the wild, bears can live up to 25 years of age, though older bears have been documented. Most bears however don’t reach old age because of human activity like hunting and habitat encroachment. North American Black Bear The North American Black Bear is the most common bear in North America. It’s found in a large portion of North...Read more
How Long Do Bears Hibernate?
Posted by Bear World on Apr 16, 2019 in Blog | Comments Off on How Long Do Bears Hibernate?
What is Hibernation? Hibernation is when animals (or plants) spend the winter in a dormant state. They spend several weeks or months sleeping, and this state of inactivity helps them to conserve energy. Hibernation is characterized by slow breathing, a slow heart rate, low body temperatures, and a low metabolic rate. Typically, animals hibernate to cope with months that are low in food supply. Stored body fat from earlier months gives the body all the energy it...Read more
Why Bears are Important to the Environment
Posted by Bear World on Mar 14, 2019 in Blog | Comments Off on Why Bears are Important to the Environment
What comes to mind when you think of bears? Probably mean, wild creatures that roam the forested mountains and like to sleep a lot. Did you know that these creatures are of the paramount essence to the environment? Sit tight while I shed some insights on the importance of bears. Why are Bears Important to the Environment? For years, many people have tried to understand the peculiarity of bears. For starters, they can stand on two legs, pick things with their...Read more
Interesting Facts About Bears You Have Probably Never Heard About
Posted by Bear World on Feb 19, 2019 in Blog | Comments Off on Interesting Facts About Bears You Have Probably Never Heard About
Bears may be one of the most interesting animals to mankind. They have captivated our mental faculties for years, and some people even use bears to help with overcoming mental illnesses, such as trauma or for natural therapeutic relief. This interesting fact is just a sample of many interesting things about bears that few have realized, and our team of bear experts at Yellowstone Bear World has compiled a few of them in this article. The Spirit Bear The...Read more
What You Should Know about the Weather in Yellowstone throughout the Year
Posted by Bear World on Feb 1, 2019 in Blog | Comments Off on What You Should Know about the Weather in Yellowstone throughout the Year
For those planning vacation in Yellowstone, understanding the dynamic Yellowstone weather patterns may help you plan the best time to visit and vacation at Yellowstone. Each season in the national park creates its own unique and adventurous feel, be it spring, winter, fall or summer. The ever-changing Yellowstone weather is incredible to witness, from the silver glean of newly fallen snow in the winter to the scenic fields of wildflowers in the summer. Basically, there...Read more
Iconic All-American Bears
Posted by Bear World on Nov 9, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off on Iconic All-American Bears
Bears have been one of America’s favorite animals for a long time. Perhaps this is because our country is home to a few different species of bears. Or maybe we’re fascinated by bears for the same reason we’re fascinated by sharks and lions – apex predators are undoubtedly cool and every year, lots of people come to see bears in Yellowstone. America’s love of bears has led to many different bears, some fictional and some real, ingraining themselves in our...Read more
A Quick Guide to the Coolest Geothermal Features in Yellowstone
Posted by Bear World on Jun 19, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off on A Quick Guide to the Coolest Geothermal Features in Yellowstone
When you come to Yellowstone National Park, there’s a lot to do. Yellowstone Bear World is your best bet for safely coming up close and personal with bears in Yellowstone and other wild animals. Another thing you don’t want to miss is Yellowstone’s many geothermal features. These geysers and hot springs are one of the natural wonders of North America and a key part of what makes Yellowstone so unique. Mammoth Hot Springs When you check out Mammoth Hot Springs,...Read more
7 Facts About Yellowstone You Probably Didn’t Know
Posted by Bear World on May 15, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off on 7 Facts About Yellowstone You Probably Didn’t Know
If you’re planning a trip to Yellowstone Bear World and some of the other best Yellowstone attractions, there are some cool facts regarding the park you can learn more about before you get here. By learning about more about Yellowstone and what makes it unique, you can make your trip far more engaging and memorable. Here are a few facts you might not have known about Yellowstone: Yellowstone was the World’s First National Park Established in 1872, Yellowstone was...Read more
How Far Away Should I Be to See Animals in Yellowstone?
Posted by Bear World on Apr 16, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off on How Far Away Should I Be to See Animals in Yellowstone?
It is important that while you observe and enjoy wildlife in Yellowstone that you take the necessary precautions to keep you and anyone else with you safe. This includes not disturbing the wildlife and keeping a good distance from them, which distance often depends on the species you are observing. Generally, you can stand up to 25 yards from bison, moose, coyotes, and elk safely. Other animals, like bears and wolves, should be observed from a distance of 100 yards or...Read more
What to Do in Yellowstone Beside Scenic Driving
Posted by Bear World on Mar 13, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off on What to Do in Yellowstone Beside Scenic Driving
One of the best Yellowstone attractions includes taking a drive along the park’s roads and viewing its picturesque scenery, but this is not the only thing to do here. There are many exciting ways to enjoy the park, including seeing bears and other animals up close at Yellowstone Bear World When you are in Yellowstone, you are in nature. You are in an undisturbed parcel of the United States’ interior that offers a wide variety of ways to enjoy what nature has to...Read more