When all else fails, run around like a raving lunatic while you swing a burning log
The 20-year-old faced three wildlife attacks within 36 months
As a reporter, I’ve been taught to keep my opinions to myself. But I’ve also visited Alaska's McNeil River—the world's greatest brown-bear sanctuary—and to hold my tongue about its possible destruction would make me complicit in the death of something truly remarkable and wild.
A new report suggests that the answer is no, which could impact hunted species across the U.S. and Canada
The parent company owns outdoor brands like CamelBak and Giro, as well as Savage Arms, a manufacturer of AR-15-style semi-automatic rifles
How one tragic evening revolutionized bear management in our national parks
American cowboy or posturing Trump enforcer?
Pitching a tent, healing a wound, and finding your way are about the most important things you can learn how to do. They're also the easiest.
Bear spray, plus a few other simple precautions, should keep you perfectly safe
Several recent bear attacks on riders have public lands managers working out solutions to prevent more of the brutal encounters
This is the story of a place at the edge of the world, where a black bear ventured into a Russian hamlet and attacked a human. One bear became two, two became dozens, and before long no one would leave their home, and no one had any idea what to do.
Do you want to see the bears return to the North Cascades?
How do you teach a boy to love the wilderness when you’re terrified of what might happen out there? Hiking with his ten-year-old son, William Broyles confronts his memories of Vietnam–and one very large grizzly. (And three other great essays on fatherhood, from Jack Hitt, W. Hodding Carter, and Anthony Doerr.)
Axie Navas takes a look at the controversy behind California's recent ban
Photo: PublicDomainPictures I saw my first polar bear of the trip before I even boarded my flight from Chicago to Winnipeg. Submerged in water up to its snout, it stared at me from a World Wildlife Fund poster hanging by the men's bathroom in Concourse F. …
While many gun proponents remain adamant that firearms offer better protection against a charging bear than pepper spray, a growing body of scientific research suggests otherwise
The Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival announced last Saturday the winners in its Environmental Film category, with Epicocity Project Films' SPOIL: The Fight To Save The Great Bear taking top prize. The film documents the efforts to save Canada's Great Bear Rainforest from a…
The Colorado Division of Wildlife is experimenting with electric mats to deter bears from outdoor freezers and dumpsters, the Aspen Times reports. The mat emits 600 volts, but does little harm to the animal because of its low amp. It doesn't present a…
There was evidence, but no investigation. A crime, but no suspects. Rumors, but no one willing to point the finger. When gunmen massacred up to 20 brown bears near a Canadian grizzly researcher's Kamchatka cabin, the warning was clear: On the lawless frontier of the New Russia, outsiders are no longer welcome.