There is always an uneasy peace between bears and wolves in Yellowstone National Park. That was witnessed by guests (and workers) in the park a few days ago as a grizzly and two wolves came face-to-snout in a showdown in Hayden Valley.
In Yellowstone National Park, grizzlies and wolves are two of the fiercest competitors. However, there's a new video share that shows it's not always that way. A huge grizzly and a couple wolves are spotted just kind of hanging out.
How do you deal with the heat? Hopefully air conditioning is an option for you. For a grizzly in Yellowstone, there's one option readily available in many parts of the park. Head to the river and play hard.
There are two predators at the top of the food chain in Yellowstone National Park and they both ended up in a showdown in the Lamar Valley recently. It was the Junction Butte wolf pack trying to chase off some grizzlies from a food source they had selected for themselves.
I think I may have found the first group of bear vegetarians in the history of Yellowstone National Park. A hiker shared video of a grizzly family who chose to chow down on wild onions even though a wild elk herd was directly above them.
I've seen grizzly bears in Yellowstone National Park do just about everything. It wasn't until today that I've never seen one sleeping. Thanks to a new video share by a very recent visitor to the park, I can now put a check in that box, too.