Guided by science and Indigenous knowledge, we work collaboratively to support the conservation of grizzly bears through research, public education, and advocacy.
Use your voice and help safeguard the eastern edge of Canada’s grizzly bear population to ensure that grizzly bear management in Alberta continues to work toward recovery and coexistence.
Listen to our GrizzCast podcast series and join us on an intrepid audible adventure, from the remote subarctic of the Northern Yukon, to the Pacific coast of British Columbia, and into the world's first national park.
Make a difference. Every dollar you give to our conservation, education and research programming, helps safeguard the lands grizzly bears roam, the food they eat, and the wild we share.
“We want to give these bears the best chance for survival - we want to set them up for success.”
- Dr. Lana Ciarniello, Independent Research Scientist & Co-Chair of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), Bear Specialist’s Group’s Human-Bear Conflict Expert Team
We publish and distribute information on the history, ecology, management, and economic impacts of grizzly bears.
We are building a community of grizzly bear advocates by sharing facts, articles, and videos of relevance to grizzly bears and the issues they face.