Research Daily Updates

Uncertainty - UPDATE September 2, 2014

Cleaning pens at NABCAs far as we can tell, guided hunters are the only ones crowding close to Wildlife Research Institute (WRI). We have seen no others. The hunter who killed Hope and his 3 friends a...  Read More

Keeping Our Fingers Crossed - UPDATE September 1, 2014

Ted's fur in transitionWith a hunter a hundred yards east of WRI and another across the road to the west, we are keeping our fingers crossed for the bears we know. Nearly two thousand bears will likel...  Read More

The Day Before Bear Hunting Season - UPDATE August 31, 2014

New Mom's cubs in treeToday’s story began last evening. Lynn drove out the driveway at 9:55 PM. Between 10:30 and 11 PM, Emma (from Wales) drove in and asked why an aluminum ladder was extended 25 fee...  Read More

  • Uncertainty - UPDATE September 2, 2014

    Tuesday, 02 September 2014 20:15
  • Keeping Our Fingers Crossed - UPDATE September 1, 2014

    Monday, 01 September 2014 17:01
  • The Day Before Bear Hunting Season - UPDATE August 31, 2014

    Sunday, 31 August 2014 20:54

Watch sneak previews of 'Bearwalker of the Northwoods' from the BBC.

Frontpage Slideshow | Copyright © 2006-2010 JoomlaWorks, a business unit of Nuevvo Webware Ltd.

WRI Legal Fund

  • Legal Fund
  • Name Amount ($)
    Josephine O'Ryan 10.00
    Dawn Minerick 75.00
    Kathy Scott 25.00
    Barry & Margarita Nichols 100.00
    Rich Cornick 25.00

Wildlife Research Institute Staff

  • hd_slide01_ms.jpg

    As WRI's principal biologist, Lynn Rogers, Ph.D., has spent over 42 years learning about wildlife and sharing his information with the public. Using airplanes, vehicles, and snowshoes, he has radio-tracked over 100 bears in the vast forests of northeastern Minnesota, studying some for as long as 22 years. - Read More -

  • sue_with_bear_tree_sw.jpgSue Mansfield began studying black bears in her home state of New Hampshire in 1999. Her initial studies involved documenting bear sign, including bear trails, marking sign, and feeding sign. She developed a collection of seeds from berries to identify items found in bear scat while studying the diet of bears. Sue placed trail monitors along bear trails to determine usage and aimed trail cameras at marking trees along bear trails to document behaviors. - Read More -

Our Mailing Lists

Join our Daily Updates list to receive the daily research updates in your e-mail. Join the general WRI Mailing List to receive occasional e-mails related to our study bear and our bear study courses.
captcha