Bears, like all animals, require adequate habitat for food, water, shelter, and a place to rear their young. National parks may serve as core areas of habitat for bears, but in many cases may not be large enough to meet all of a bear's needs. The National Park Service is improving habitat in parks and working with neighbors to ensure bears have access to the habitat they need to survive.
Habitat Restoration Ensures Bears Have Space to Survive
Last updated: April 18, 2016