Thu, 18 December 2014
A bear rubbing against a tree may have an itchy back, but there’s more going on than meets the eye. Come hear about the messages being left by bears all over the forest, what they mean, and who they are for. You’ll also learn about how this interesting behaviour has the potential to provide valuable information on everything from population inventory and trend monitoring to understanding aspects of conflict management.
Speakers: Jon Jorgenson & Glenn Naylor
Videos during presentation:
The speakers showed a number of videos during this presentation. Most of them are available for public viewing by using the following links:
Video #1 - Colbert Report Dancing Bears
Video #2 - Cougar on a kill in Bow Valley Provincial Park https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORPt6BcVzQs
Video #3 - Why you should stay in your car!
Video #4 – Not yet available. Stay tuned to the Alberta Parks YouTube page!
Video #5 - What goes on when you are not there…
Direct download: Speaker_Series_Dec_9_2014_-_Jon_Jorgenson__Glenn_Naylor_-_Bear_Rub_Trees_-_edited.mp3
Category:WildSmart Speaker Series -- posted at: 1:35pm MST