Video: Baby Bear Cubs Climbing

Baby Bears Climbing

Watching baby bear cubs climbing and playing high up in trees – what could be better?

Baby Bear Cubs Climbing

Watching baby bear cubs climbing and playing high up in trees - what could be better? We'll tell you! Every time this video is shared, $1 will be donated to Yellowstone Forever up to $2,500! *UPDATE – the donation amount has been raised to $3,800!*It’s never been so easy to support the park you love 😊.Thank you to our Yellowstone Forever Young Patrons and the EACH Foundation for making this generous offer possible.And thank you! Just one click of your mouse will support vital projects and programs in Yellowstone National Park.

Posted by Yellowstone Forever on Monday, May 21, 2018
Related Content
19Mar

Naturalist Notes: Hibernation

by Carolyn Harwood, Supporter Engagement Manager Are bears “true” hibernators? For years the answer to this question was a resounding “no,” as bears do not.. Read More →
10Mar

Be Bear-Aware This Spring

It may still look like winter in much of Yellowstone, but spring has arrived in one important way: bears have started emerging from their dens... Read More →

Related Videos

How to Identify Bear Tracks
Can you tell difference between grizzly bear and black bear tracks? Senior Naturalist Brad Bulin gives us some tips on how to tell them apart when out on the trail.
Bear Spray Demonstration and Safety Tips
Do you carry bear spray out hiking in bear country? Senior Naturalist Brad Bulin shares with us why bear spray is the most effective bear deterrent and how to use it.
Wildlife Research and Conservation
Yellowstone’s wildlife residents are part of what make the park so magical. Find out how Yellowstone Forever is supporting the park’s wildlife research and conservation program.