DK Find Out! Bears
DK

Known for their size and strength, bears are among the biggest land mammals.

Arizona Game and Fish Department: Focus Wild Arizona Activity Sheets - Bears
Arizona Game and Fish Department

May is “Be Bear Aware” month. Do you know why?

OLogy: Moving Mammals
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

Explore how mammals run, fly, swim, walk, hop, and swing!

Outside Podcast: Doug Peacock on the Fight to Protect Grizzly Bears
Outside

At the 2019 Mountainfilm festival, in Telluride, Colorado, he sat down with veteran radio producer Scott Carrier to offer an enlightened perspective on the history of bears in this country, share some hysterical stories about his own encounters with the animals, and give his take on the challenges that grizzlies face today.

But Why?: How Do Bears Sleep All Winter?
But Why?

In our very first episode, we’ve got owls and turtles and bears, oh my! It’s all about animals.

Science Rules! Save the Bears, Save the World!
Science Rules!

There are just eight species of bear on Earth — and when they do well, we do well, according to conservation ecologist Chris Morgan, host of The Wild.

Ologies: Thermophysiology (BODY HEAT) with Dr. Shane Campbell-Staton
Ologies

Dr. Shane Campbell-Staton, host of the Biology of Superheroes Podcast and Thermophysiologist talks about big animals vs. little ones, lizard storms, dinosaur blood, hibernating bears, why you sweat in your sleep, antifreeze frogs, miracle hamsters, why different people run at very different temperatures, how comic books influence the way he sees science, learning how his brain works and some time management hacks that he uses as a professor and host of an amazing podcast.

Short Wave: The Fattest Bear Wins!
Short Wave (NPR)

On today’s show, Rae Wynn-Grant, a large carnivore biologist, explains there’s a lot more going on during hibernation than you might expect.

Short Wave: How Bears Come Out Of Hibernation Jacked
Short Wave (NPR)

Rae Wynn-Grant, a large carnivore biologist, explains there’s a lot more going on during hibernation than you might expect.