Grizzly Bears

The grizzly (Ursus arctos horribilis), is found in the western U.S. states, mainly Alaska, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, and Eastern Washington. Coastal versions of this species are known as "Kodiak" bears. The smaller inland variety is called the "grizzly" bear.  The California grizzly (Ursus arctos californicus)...

Coyotes

Coyotes are smaller than wolves and known as a very clever, savvy animal.  Their intelligence has been most evident in how they are readily able to adapt to changing environments.  At one time, coyotes primarily lived in deserts and open prairies, but now are found...

Bobcats

The bobcat is smaller than the Canada lynx, but about twice the size of a domestic cat.  It has a gray to brown coat, black-tufted ears, whiskered face, and a stubby "bobbed" tail, from which it derives its name.   Bobcats have a good sense of...

Black Bears

American black bears are the most common species of bear found in 40 of the 50 United States and Provinces of Canada, except for Prince Edward Island. "Black" bears can be black, dark brown, blue-black, brown, cinnamon and even white, albeit very rarely (this is...