• Free STEM Conservation Lesson Plan about Grizzly Bears!

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  • We believe that conservation should be based on sound science

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  • We help youth develop conservation awareness through scientific inquiry

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  • We work to conserve all eight species of bears worldwide….

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  • …through science-based education, research, management, and habitat conservation

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  • Spectacled Bear

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  • Sloth Bear

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  • Asiatic Black Bear (Moon Bear)

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  • Sun Bear

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“Grizzly Bears: Ready for Delisting?”

Bear Trust is pleased to announce the release of our STEM conservation lesson plan, “Grizzly Bears: Ready for Delisting?”. Students become the scientists as they use real-world data to answer this question:  “are grizzly bears ready for delisting?”  This is the first of 8 STEM lessons that will be included in our The Bear Book Volume II.  Download now for FREE!  Learn more…

Bear Basics for students

Learn about the eight species of bears worldwide and whether bears hibernate or not.  Cool fact……although all eight species are in the order Carnivora and family Ursidae, only the four species of bears of the North all share the same genus Ursus.  Each of the four species of bears of the South have different genera.. Learn More…

NA Model of Wildlife Conservation

Bear Trust believes that wildlife conservation should be based on sound science, which is one of the tenets of the NA Model of Wildlife Conservation.  What are the other tenets, and how does this Model affect you?  Find out…. 

Project Initiatives

Bear Trust focuses on 4 primary project initiatives: 1) Conservation Education 2) Bear Research 3) Bear Management 4) Habitat Conservation

Contact Info

PO Box 4006
Missoula, MT 59806
Phone: (406) 523-7779
melissa@beartrust.org