Other Grizzly Times-Related Videos
The videos below are a mix of two sorts: those in which Grizzly Times people were interviewed as part of a focus on regional or national conservation issues, and those comprised of animated-narrated Power Point presentations derived from talks given by Grizzly Times at various regional venues. Click on the icons below for viewing.
Videos With Interviews of Grizzly Times People
America First - Nature Last
This video produced for the German documentary series Planet-E includes vignettes covering Trump's war on nature, including attempts to delist Yellowstone grizzly bears.
Cabinet Mountains Wilderness
This video produced by the Rock Creek Alliance describes the threats posed by the Montenore Mine.
This video produced by the Gallatin-Yellowstone Wilderness Alliance advocates for the protection of roadless areas on the Custer-Gallatin National Forest.
Animated PowerPoint Presentations Showing Extinctions
Extirpations of Ursus arctos
This animation shows the extirpations of brown bears in Europe and grizzly bears in North America, contrasting how bears are doing on the two continents.
The joint extirpations of bison and grizzly bears
This animation shows the joint extirpations of bison and grizzly bears, resulting in less than 1% of what we once had.
Animated-Narrated PowerPoint on Grizzly Bears in the Cabinet-Yaak
Each of these video clips is around 7-20 minutes long and, in sequence, comprise a presentation on the past, present, and future prospects of grizzly bears in the Cabinet-Yaak Ecosystem of northwestern Montana that was given to the Yaak Valley Forest Council. You will have to forgive the occasional sniffles and throat clearing; we are still perfecting the art of narrating a Power Point.
Animated-Narrated PowerPoint on Grizzly Bears for Central Idaho
Each of these videos clips is around 10-20 minutes long and, in sequence, comprise a presentation on the past, present, and future prospects of grizzly bears in central Idaho, which encompasses the Bitterroot Recovery Area. Bears were extirpated here by the 1940s-1950s, but have recently recolonized this vast roadless landscape.