Grouse Mountain Grizzlies Grinder and Coola Emerge from Hibernation

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Today marks the end of the longest hibernation period yet at Grouse Mountain for the two resident Grizzly Bears – Grinder and Coola. They went into their den and sleeping chamber on November 10th, 2020 and emerged today on April 29th, 2021. This is a period of 170 days and beats the previous record of 153 days set in 2017.

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Grouse Mountain Grizzlies Grinder and Coola Emerge from Hibernation

Grouse Mountain Grizzlies Awake from Hibernation for 2019 Spring Season

Grizzly Bears Grouse Mountain

Images courtesy of Grouse Mountain. (Photo by Devin Manky)

The bears are back in town! Grouse Mountain’s resident grizzly bears, Grinder and Coola, have just emerged from their very long winter nap after after 128 days of hibernation!

The annual awakening of the massive male grizzlies signals the coming of summer adventures, even though skiing and riding still remains open.

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Grouse Mountain Grizzlies Awake from Hibernation for 2019 Spring Season

Top 5 Live Wildlife Webcams in Vancouver

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Anyone who lives in Vancouver knows there is plenty of wildlife running (and flying . . . and swimming) around: eagles, bears, whales, racoons, owls, even the occasional coyote. But did you know it’s possible to spy on a lot of local critters without ever leaving home?

Several different webcams in and around Vancouver stream live, 24/7 footage of BC’s incredible wildlife (kind of like Big Brother for the animal kingdom). I’ve done a search and compiled a few of these webcams.   If you know any others, please share the websites by leaving a comment below.

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Top 5 Live Wildlife Webcams in Vancouver