Research Daily Updates

Slowing Down, Live from the NABC, Painting Murals - UPDATE October 21, 2014

Ted trying to stay awakeBreakfast is getting to be more of a non event for some of our bears. Lucky has become a no show for breakfast, but we all know that he is a late sleeper. He did make a brief a...  Read More

Holly, Dens and the Northwoods Ecology Exhibit Hall - UPDATE October 20, 2014

Holly near her "project"Today we got a few pictures of Holly in the area where she has been digging under a very large upturned tree trunk. Bears in the wild choose a variety of places for a den. They...  Read More

Shifting Gears - and Ways to Educate - UPDATE October 19, 2014

Ted soaking up the sunToday marks a change in the hours of operation for the North American Bear Center. We will start our fall hours tomorrow, open on Friday/Saturdays only 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM until ...  Read More

  • Slowing Down, Live from the NABC, Painting Murals - UPDATE October 21, 2014

    Tuesday, 21 October 2014 20:07
  • Holly, Dens and the Northwoods Ecology Exhibit Hall - UPDATE October 20, 2014

    Monday, 20 October 2014 18:35
  • Shifting Gears - and Ways to Educate - UPDATE October 19, 2014

    Sunday, 19 October 2014 20:01

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 ($)
    Maureen Shafer 20.00
    Judith Allers 50.00
    Alison Winter 10.00
    Pete Semenyna 50.00
    Christine De Gree 250.00

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