Grizzly Bear Adoption Kit
Grizzly bears are found in various habitats, from dense forests and subalpine meadows to open plains and Arctic tundra. They take their name from their “grizzled” appearance attributed to them by the long guard hairs found on their backs and shoulders that often have white tips. Habitat destruction, climate change, and conflicts with humans still threaten the path to recovery.
Our Eco Pal plush animals are doing their part to reduce the amount of plastic litter on our lands and in our oceans. Stitched eyes and noses, no plastic whiskers, no plastic pellets, and fiberfill made from 100% recycled plastic. Select the Eco Pal adoption level below to see the adorable plush.
The iconic grizzly bear is slowly recovering from the brink of extinction - but they're not out of the woods yet. Historically, there were around 50,000 grizzly bears in North America. Today, there are an estimated 1,800 remaining in five populations in the lower 48 states. Habitat destruction, climate change, and conflicts with humans still threaten these bears' path to recovery.
Your adoption supports our work educating the public and reducing human conflicts with grizzlies. We purchase and install bear-resistant trash containers, food lockers, and electric fencing to deter grizzlies from It also supports our work to protect crucial habitat and helps us offer rewards for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of those who illegally kill grizzly bears.