Grizzly Bears: A Year in the Life

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Exclusively created for Tauck with BBC Earth

Earth’s most fascinating creatures call the world of nature “home.” Charlotte Jones, of BBC Earth, introduces a fascinating profile of the Grizzly Bear – strong and powerful, yet often quiet and gentle; they live 25 years on average and can weigh up to 900 pounds. In this vignette you’ll follow grizzly bears who live along the northern Pacific coast; they are omnivores, their life cycle supported by hibernation during winter months – and the annual summer salmon run. For additional information, we’ve put together a collection of videos, documentaries, and podcasts that delve into the many aspects of “hibernation.”



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  1. These vignettes are informative, beautifully photographed. They fill a need for those of us who cannot travel at this time. Kudos to Tauck for this creative idea!