Disney and the National Park Foundation invite you to see the new film “Bears” during opening week, April 18-24, 2014. This just happens to be National Park Week, and when you go see the film during this week, Disney will make a donation on your behalf to the National Park Foundation to protect wildlife and wild places.
Complete your vacation to Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks by visiting the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center in West Yellowstone, Montana. Observe live bears and wolves in naturalistic habitats. The Center is a not-for-profit wildlife park and educational facility that promises a unique experience you won’t soon forget.
If you encounter a bear, do not run. Bears can run over 30 miles per hour, or 44 feet per second, faster than Olympic sprinters. Running may provoke an attack from bears. Remain still if charged, backing away slowly.
As frequent visitors to the parks can testify, a lot of animals have developed a high tolerance to roads and vehicles – much to the delight of millions of visitors who view and photograph bison, elk, antelope and deer, as well as predators such as wolves, coyotes, black bears and grizzly bears.