Watch the the bears at the Washington State University Bear Research, Education, and Conservation Center, a one-of-a-kind facility providing information and understanding for bear conservation.
The bears also provide invaluable insight into human health because of their ability to regulate insulin and avoid muscle atrophy during hibernation.
Watch the bears at the WSU Bear Center:
Bear Conservation and Research
Bears digging a den
October enrichment for the bears
A key to human heart disease could lie with hibernating grizzly bears
More photos and videos of the grizzlies at the WSU Bear Center
Who’s been sleeping? (Research at WSU on bear health and resilience)
Cool baths help bears adapt to warm summers (Billings Gazette, January 17, 2021)
Spring wake up: Researchers unlocking secrets of seasonal change at WSU Bear Center
More news and updates about the WSU Bear Center