Gareth Wishart is a contributor for Outside's new outdoors lifestyle column, IndefinitelyWild. Raised in South Africa and Ghana, he grew up exploring the bush in an old Land Rover before moving to the USA. He has worked as a wilderness guide in Alaska and is a professional conservationist. He currently lives in the mountains of Spain with his wife and daughter, exploring the wild.
Admirality Island has more brown bears than the entire lower 48
How a new bear from Slovenia may be able to knock Spain's king of bears off his throne.
The same grizzled bear that chases caribou through the Yukon also calls the broadleaf forests of Spain home.
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Affordable new camera traps allow you to easily, and surreptitiously, photograph local wildlife