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Glacier National Park: USGS research biologist Kate Kendall discusses a project to estimate population and distribution of grizzly bears in Glacier National Park and surrounding areas. The method of collecting hair samples from bears is mentioned.

Glacier National Park, Montana, Bears, Animals, Environmental Monitoring
bears, distribution, glacier, grizzly bear, hair samples, montana, national park, population, research
Date of Video
October 14, 2003
Video Location
Glacier National Park, Columbia Falls, Mt
48°41'48"N × 113°43'6"W
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