Posted November 8, 2013 by Kitty Devine

It's getting to that time of year when you are likely to be frantically looking around for just the right gift for that hard-to-please someone. These cute and cool Bear Snow Globe Salt and Pepper Shakers may just be the answer. Use the polar bear for the salt and the black bear for the pepper and season your food to perfection!

Posted October 29, 2013 by Arnold Carreiro

A team of researchers set out a series of motion activated camera
traps in the jungles of Bolivia to get a glimpse of the daily lives of
the vulnerable spectacled bears, but I hope that their cameras weren’t

Posted October 24, 2013 by Arnold Carreiro

If you can’t bear to spoil the big reveal about what the mythical
Himalayan human/primate/combo (?) Yeti creature might actually be, then
stop reading here!

Posted August 30, 2013 by Arnold Carreiro

A group of hikers enjoying the beautiful wilderness of Alberta, Canada’s Banff National Park made a shocking discovery when they found an immense grizzly bear eating something…

Posted August 23, 2013 by Ron Callari

Perhaps somewhat of a misnomer, Google's "Street Views" is broadening
its definition of "streets" found on its popular "Street Views" feature
to now include photo images of wildlife in zoos. This week, their Google Maps Blog,
titled: "Visit lion, tigers and (panda) bears - Oh my!" announced they
would be including animals found in zoos around the world.

Posted August 16, 2013 by Ron Callari

If you're familiar with that claymation
TV commercial where the father is attacked by a bear, it appears that
being privy to a bear's location might take priority over finding a
hotel room for the night. Well, if you're traveling to Yellowstone
National Park any time soon, you can come loaded for bear - because now,
there's an app for that too!

Posted August 7, 2013 by Arnold Carreiro

Did you know that six out of the eight living bear species are either
endangered or threatened species? Let’s take a closer look at or rarer
ursine pals from around the world:

Posted July 22, 2013 by Arnold Carreiro

The June 18th ruling by the United States Court of Appeals is sure to be a huge hammer to border hopping big game hunters, as polar bear pelts, paws and other taxidermy trophies can no longer be imported from Canada.