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Photos of Polar Bears, Grizzly Bears and Black Bears, pictured in this gallery, give us a rare glimpse of these impressive animals that are emblematic of North America’s wilderness. (There are 145 pictures in photo gallery Bear Pictures)

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Bears are the largest carnivores in North America. Though heavily built, they can run fast and are agile climbers. Bears are shy, solitary animals that usually avoid human contact. Bears can be attracted to food and garbage, which may bring about their demise: “A Fed Bear is a Dead Bear” as the saying goes.

Black Bears are typically black with a brownish muzzle. There are several other colour variants, including brown, cinnamon, and the rare white Kermode or “Spirit” Bear, found only in the Kermode Islands off the Pacific Coast. Black Bears occur in heavily forested areas, but have become well adapted to living near human habitation. ... ...continue under photos...



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Face Shot Grizzly Bear

The massive fur of this Grizzly Bear almost fills up the whole shot taken of his face in Denali National Park in Alaska, USA.

This close up shot of the face of a grizzly bear in Denali National Park in Alaska, USA makes one realize how beautiful these animals are. These dark brown eyes are not ones you want to be staring back in if you encounter a Grizzly Bear in Denali ...
Polar Bear Family Churchill

In a single file line, the mother Polar Bear shows the rest of her family the way in Churchill, Manitoba.

A Polar Bear family has the mother in the lead with her two cubs following closely behind as they cross the snow covered tundra in Churchill, Manitoba. The young Polar Bear at the end of the line keeps a close eye on us as we capture a family por ...
Scenic Polar Bear Picture Hudson Bay Churchill Manitoba

A scenic view of the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba and a Polar Bear wandering up along the top of the barren rocks.

As the polar bear awaits the onset of winter in Churchill, Manitoba, he wanders aimlessly around on the barren landscape waiting for the shores of the Hudson Bay to freeze.The scenic view of the Hudson Bay, the tall trees scattered across the lan ...
Salmon Fishing Alaska

Watching a brown bear fishing for salmon as they leap up a waterfall in Katmai National Park in Alaska, USA is a fascinating sight to see.

A brown bear at the top of the falls in Katmai National Park in Alaska, USA waits patiently for a salmon to be in the right place while he is fishing for his next meal. During the salmon run, brown bears will fight over who gets the prime fishing ...
Grizzly Bear Fun Alaska

A Grizzly Bear playing and having fun in the grass in Denali National Park, Alaska in the USA.

This cute grizzly bear having fun by himself as enjoys the sunny day in the grass in Denali National Park in Alaska, USA. A wild grizzly bear looks like a big teddy bear while he plays and has fun but can stand his own ground if he feels threaten ...
Mother Polar Bear Protection Hudson Bay Churchill Manitoba

Protection is the number one concern for any mother, but a Polar Bear will keep her cub safe anyway she knows how while being watched by humans who are on a tour to the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba.

A Polar Bear cub knows that the protection of its mother is very important and will stay close if feeling threatened in anyway. The mother hovers over her cub as this is its first time seeing human faces staring at it from the windows of a Tundra ...
Grizzly Bear Bath Alaska

The water trickles off the fur of a Grizzly Bear as he takes a bath in a river in Denali National Park in Alaska, USA.

The Grizzly Bears that reside in Denali National Park in Alaska, USA love to play, fish, bath and swim in the rivers throughout this park. Watching a Grizzly Bear take a bath is fascinating as the massive fur ball rolls and plays just like a chil ...
Polar Bears Tour Manitoba

While on a tour in Churchill, Manitoba we caught sight of two young Polar Bears having a friendly sparring match.

You never know what you will see Polar Bears doing in their natural environment while on a tour in Churchill, Manitoba. These two younger Polar Bears are having a friendly sparring match on the snow and ice covered tundra in Churchill. Polar Bear ...
Wild Black Bear

Out in the wilderness of Ontario, Canada, wild animals such as this baby black bear can appear around any corner or from behind a bush at any given time.

This adorable black bear cub has a worrisome look upon his face as he spots us in the forest as he waits for his mother to return. It is best to keep your distance from a wild Black Bear, or any wild animal and even more so a baby if you cross pa ...
Polar Bear Hunt Churchill Manitoba

The hunt for food has begun for a Polar Bear as he wanders along the icy shoreline of the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba.

A Polar Bear will hunt the shores of the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba in search of a good meal as the ice begins to build. The tundra has began its winter season but the ice is still not thick enough for a polar bear to make any attempts at a ringed se ...
Polar Bear Close Up Picture Churchill Manitoba

As this Polar Bear approaches, we were able to capture this close up picture while bear watching in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area in Manitoba, Canada.

A close up picture of a polar bear in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area in Manitoba, Canada, lets us see the snow white fur covering his body and the massive size of his head. His tiny rounded ears, along with his short tail, aid in the Polar Bear losi ...
Black Bear Cub

A Black Bear Cub, Ursus americanus, waits for its mother in a tree.

Black Bear Cub, Ursus americanus, Canada, North America.
Symbol Of Global Warming Polar Bear Picture

Even as the world's largest land predator, the polar bear is under threat of extinction and has become the symbol of global warming.

The International Union for Conservation of Nature whose headquarters are based in Switzerland, has listed global warming as the largest threat to the world's largest land predator; the polar bear. The reason the polar bear has become the symbo ...
American Black Bears Ursus Americanus Sow And Cub

A cute American Black Bear cub stays close to its mother, the sow, while grazing on the lush grasses in Riding Mountain National Park. The scientific name for the Black bear is Ursus americanus.

An oasis in the middle of the prairie landscape of Manitoba, Riding Mountain National Park is a mecca for wildlife, nature, and scenery. As well as being home to numerous species of mammals such as moose, lynx, wolves, coyotes, and elk, the park ...
Polar Bear Walking Across Frozen Tundra Churchill Manitoba

The frozen tundra creates the ideal surface for walking for the Polar Bears who reside around the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba.

As a Polar Bear roams across the frozen tundra in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area in Manitoba, Canada, his front feet seem to lag across the ice with each step. In reality, his huge paws with black pads on the base and fur between each toe ...
Polar Bear Peering From Behind Tundra Bush Churchill

Peering from behind the tundra bush, a Polar Bear in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area in Manitoba scans the area to see what type of human interference has arrived.

As a Polar Bear emerges from behind the thick bush across the tundra of the Churchill Wildlife Management Area in Manitoba, Canada, he stops to peer out to see what lies ahead. One never knows when a polar bear will be lurking around the tundra bush or be p ...
Polar Bear Cub Exploring Tundra Buggy Churchill Manitoba

A tundra buggy has peaked the interest of a Polar Bear cub in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area in Manitoba and he finds some time to do some exploring around the tires.

This polar bear cub is only about 11 months old and is still very curious about many things, especially ones which include the presence of humans. As a tundra buggy tour stops in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area in Churchill, Manitoba, the cub spends ...
Polar Bear Massive Paws Picture

A Polar Bear is the largest land carnivore in the world and its massive paws and claws are easily matched to its size as seen in this picture taken in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area.

Standing on the partially snow covered tundra of the Churchill Wildlife Management Area in Churchill, Manitoba, we were able to capture a picture of the paws and claws on this adult Polar Bear. The feet on a polar bear are five-toed paws and can reach 12 in ...
Polar Bear Near Camp Nanuq Hudson Bay Churchill Manitoba

A Polar Bear is getting too close to civilization as he nears Camp Nanuq located along the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba.

Patiently waiting for the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba to freeze and become cold enough for this polar bear to hunt ringed seals, he wanders across the tundra near Camp Nanuq to scrounge for food. The odors which emerge from the kitchen at Camp Nanuq a ...
Bear Necessities Statue Legislative Building Grounds Winnipeg

The "Bear Necessities" statue on the grounds of the Legislative Building in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba is admired by many tourists.

Shaded by his blue and white umbrella, one of the collection of bear statues in the "Bears on Broadway", this one named "Bear Necessities", adorns the grounds of the Legislative Building in Winnipeg City, Manitoba. Representing food, shelter, water and clothin ...
Polar Bear Hudson Bay Rocky Coastline Churchill Manitoba

Climbing along the rocky coastline near the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba, a Polar Bear scouts out the area waiting for the temperatures to drop.

The Hudson Bay adorns the backdrop in this picture but it is still not frozen for the polar bears to set out on the ice and search for Ringed Seals. While waiting, this Polar Bear travels along the rocky coastline with ears perked listening for unusual sound ...
Churchill Manitoba Wildlife Picture Camp Nanuq Hudson Bay

A close up picture of a Polar Bear with the sun reflecting off its fur heading towards Camp Nanuq in the Hudson Bay region of Churchill, Manitoba. Wildlife is often seen trying to find scraps of food near the camps but are deterred by cracker guns.

The winter sunlight glistens off the snow white fur coat of a polar bear who was seen near Camp Nanuq in the Hudson Bay region in Churchill, Manitoba. A beautiful species of wildlife, a Polar Bear is one of the world's largest land carnivores and are consid ...
Ringed Seal Polar Bear Meal Frozen Lake Hudson Bay Manitoba

Near the shores of the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba, a Polar Bear has dragged his meal of Ringed Seal to the surface of a frozen lake to enjoy.

This polar bear has waited many months for the ice to become thick enough along the shores of the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba in order for him to catch a meal of Ringed Seal. After his catch, he carried the Ringed Seal to a frozen lake where he finds ...
Polar Bear Crossing Near Tourists Churchill Manitoba

As a group of tourists remain parked on the road and prepare their cameras in Churchill, Manitoba, a Polar Bear crossing the road behind them becomes within close enough range for both the bear and the tourists.

While Polar Bear watching in Churchill, Manitoba, tourists get a close encounter with a polar bear who has emerged from the tundra and decides crossing the gravel road is the next leg of his journey. The tourists are thrilled with being this close to a Pola ...
Polar Bear Hudson Bay Tundra Churchill Manitoba

As the snow begins to blanket the tundra near the shores of the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba, a Polar Bear sniffs out the area for any signs of food.

The snow has finally begun to cover the barren tundra along the shores of the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba which is what this Polar Bear has been waiting for. As the colder temperatures bring in the ice and snow, the polar bear will then stop foraging ...
Wildlife Mascots RCMP Heritage Centre Regina Saskatchewan

The stuffed replicas of two species of wildlife adorned in RCMP uniforms are mascots at the RCMP Heritage Centre in the City of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada.

At the entrance to the RCMP Heritage Centre in the City of Regina, Saskatchewan, there are two mascots, a black bear and a moose, two of the most important species of wildlife in the area. Dressed in the highest ranked uniforms and adorned in bro ...
Polar Bear Indian Statue Pantages Playhouse Winnipeg

A statue of a Polar Bear adorned with painted on Indian clothing stands outside the Pantages Playhouse in the Exchange District in the City of Winnipeg.

When visiting the Pantages Playhouse in the Exchange District in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, tourists are sure to photograph this large statue of a polar bear. Adorned in traditional Indian clothing, this Polar Bear has been carved and delicately painte ...
City Hall Pondering Grizzly Bear Statue Winnipeg Manitoba

A permanent fixture outside City Hall in the downtown area of the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba is "The Pondering Grizzly", one of the bear statues belonging to the "Bears on Broadway".

The bear statue, "The Pondering Grizzly" is one of the well known "Bears on Broadway" statues and is on display outside City Hall in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba. On National Aboriginal Day in the City of Winnipeg, a yearly celebration since 1996, a tepee also ...
Bear Statues Manitoba Legislative Building Winnipeg City

Numerous bear statues, the "Bears on Broadway" decorate the grounds of the Manitoba Legislative Building in the City of Winnipeg.

Eighteen bear statues are part of a collection known as the "Bears on Broadway" which were strategically placed on the grounds of the Manitoba Legislative Building in the City of Winnipeg. In the foreground, the pink Polar Bear with its umbrella is named "Bear Ne ...
Icy Hudson Bay Coastline Polar Bear Churchill Manitoba

The coastline of the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba has become very icy, making this region paradise for a Polar Bear looking for food in the winter.

The coastline of the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba has finally taken on its winter appearance, making the icy shores ideal for a polar bear. The rough icy ridges make it difficult for humans to trek across, but this landscape is what a Polar Bear is acc ...
Mother Polar Bear With Cub Churchill Wildlife Management Area

A mother Polar Bear keeps close contact with her cub who nuzzles in under her chin in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area in Churchill, Manitoba in Canada.

As a tundra buggy tour in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area in Manitoba, Canada nears, a mother polar bear stays very close to her cub. With the cub nestled against her legs, the mother will do anything necessary to protect her cub if there is any sign ...
Hudson Bay Coastline Polar Bear Churchill Manitoba

As winter slowly moves into Churchill, Manitoba, the coastline of the Hudson Bay begins to take on its icy appearance. Once this coastline is frozen enough, the Polar Bear will stop foraging along the shore and head out onto the water for a Ringed Seal.

The coastline of the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba has not reached its maximum freezing point, only the edges of the shores have begun to freeze, leaving the polar bear to scour up and down for any food. While the Polar Bear waits patiently for his firs ...
Polar Bear Winter Meal Churchill Manitoba Canada

On a frozen lake in Churchill, Manitoba in Canada, a Polar Bear enjoys his meal of Ringed Seal. Winter has once again arrived in Churchill, keeping this Polar Bear happy with one of his first solid meals in months.

The lakes and landscape around Churchill, Manitoba in Canada have finally become frozen and blanketed with a layer of ice where this polar bear enjoys one of his first winter meals. This meal of Ringed Seal is a favorite for the Polar Bear and after a long ...
Polar Bear Winter Snow Storm Churchill Manitoba

A winter snow storm has finally arrived in Churchill, Manitoba, giving this Polar Bear a glimpse of hope for the meals he has been patiently waiting for.

A snow storm has finally arrived in Churchill, Manitoba which is what this polar bear has been waiting months for so that he can head to the shores of the Hudson Bay for a good meal of ringed seals. The snow on the tundra across the Churchill Wildlife Manag ...
Nanookshuk Statue Bears On Broadway Winnipeg City Manitoba

A unique statue named Nanookshuk, is part of the Bears on Broadway collection and can be seen on the Legislative Building grounds in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba in Canada.

On the grounds of the Legislative Building in the City of Winnipeg in Manitoba, Canada, the Nanookshuk is one of the statues belonging to the Bears on Broadway collection. The design of Nanookshuk resembles that of Nanook, the Inuit name for the Polar Bear and an ...
Polar Bear Food Source Ringed Seal

Waiting months to be able to find his favorite food source, a Ringed Seal, a Polar Bear takes his meal onto a frozen lake near the shores of the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba.

The landscape and the lakes near the shores of the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba have frozen, making it easier for a polar bear to find his favorite food source. This Polar Bear has captured a Ringed Seal and brought it onto a frozen lake where he keeps ...
Hudson Bay Polar Bear Winter Churchill Manitoba

The snow brings on the arrival of winter in Churchill, Manitoba where a Polar Bear stands atop a ridge near the shores of the Hudson Bay.

The tundra near the shores of the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba is just starting to freeze and become blanketed in snow as the winter weather begins. Peering over a ridge, an adult polar bear looks down upon us as we quickly snap some pictures. ...
Polar Bear Snow Storm Hudson Bay Churchill Manitoba

A Polar Bear leisurely strolls along a gravel road in a snow storm near the shores of the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba.

The ideal weather for a polar bear is the cold and snow which this adult seems to enjoy as he wanders along a road which winds its way near the shores of the Hudson Bay in Churchill, Manitoba. After waking from many restful naps waiting for winter to encomp ...
Red Lake Ontario Wildlife Black Bear

A common wildlife species to see around the wilderness near the town of Red Lake in Ontario, Canada is a Black Bear.

Wildlife is plentiful around the town of Red Lake, Ontario, especially on the outskirts where tall, green grass grows making it the perfect place for grazing for many types of animals. This adult Black Bear was busily munching on the grass, which ...
RCMP Heritage Centre Mascots Regina Saskatchewan

A Black Bear and a Moose, two mascots at the RCMP Heritage Centre are displayed near the entrance to this amazing tourist attraction in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Two of the mascots at the RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan, a Black Bear and a Moose dressed in traditional RCMP uniform jackets and hats are a welcoming site for visitors. The eyes of children light up and a grin appears on their fac ...
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The state of Alaska has a high proportion of Grizzly Bears, which are restricted to northwestern North America. Grizzlies have a distinctive hump on their backs. They can be very aggressive if surprised at close range.

Polar Bears are denizens of the arctic ice, and have a long neck and large, powerful body. They are well adapted to their environment, with a thick layer of fat, and a dense cream-coloured fur coat. These bears are increasingly threatened by global warming. Polar Bears can been seen through tours out of Churchill, Manitoba, in Canada.

Pictures of bears, photographed here, capture the beauty of these animals at home in the wilderness.

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