Brown bear sow and cubs “clamming” at Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, Alaska (NPS photo)

As well as our main pages on wild and captive bears and the threats that they face we have a number of other pages that give more information to help you learn about bears and advocate for them.  Use the links below to explore the various topics.

Get involved: Learn how to advocate for bears and how you can be involved in our work and campaigns.

The essential reading list :  From the general to the specific, we’ve compiled a must-read list for the bear enthusiast and activist.

Links to videosEmbedded videos featuring bears or bear-related subjects.

Downloads:  Links to various factsheets, papers and films about bears (all held on our own server).

The IUCNThe International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and what it does.

CITESInformation about the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora.

Bear watching & encountersWhere to go, what to do and what not to do.  Includes links to recommended tours and bear watching trips.

Bear spray  How (and when) to use it.

Contact usHow to get in touch by phone, mail, email and Facebook.

About our photosInformation on the sources of our photos and other illustrations and maps.

Sources & citationsReferences and acknowledgements relating to the contents of our site.

Site MapEvery page on our website is listed here.

Page updated 29 December 2020

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