- Central America
- North America
- South America
- Recommended Trips
- Featured Animals
- Be a Hero
Before you say goodbye, we had love you to join our movement for applied wildlife conservation.
We won’t share your information, and we pay close attention to what we send out.
And if you are rather not, that's cool too. You can still follow our efforts on social media.
We’re glad you signed up.
If for whatever reason you’re unhappy with our messages you can unsubscribe at any time. Just click ‘Unsubscribe’ at the bottom of every email we send.
But we hope you stick around. We’re just getting started at something pretty good.
Bears are found in all but two continents, Australia and Antartica. They are one of the largest terrestrial mammals, and they hold a special place in human imagination. People from cultures around the world have both revered and feared these impressive creatures.
“The best way of being kind to bears is not to be very close to them.”
― Margaret Atwood
“Mother Nature is our teacher—reconnecting us with Spirit, waking us up and liberating our hearts. When we can transcend our fear of the creatures of the forest, then we become one with all that is; we enter a unity of existence with our relatives—the animals, the plants and the land that sustains us.”
― Sylvia Dolson
“When you are where wild bears live you learn to pay attention to the rhythm of the land and yourself. Bears not only make the habitat rich, they enrich us just by being.”
― Linda Jo Hunter
Learn more about: