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Where To See Grizzly Bears in British Columbia Canada

By Edited May 28, 2014 1 3

There are many places where you can see grizzly bears in British Columbia Canada. Grizzly Bear spotting is very popular in the National Parks that are inside the British Columbia territorial boundaries.

British Columbia has 7 National Parks. Grizzly Bears have been spotted at all 7 national parks.

Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park is the most famous National Park in British Columbia. Glacier National Park. You can spot Grizzly Bears in Glacier National Park as well as mountain goats and many other types of animals.

Gulf Islands National Park Reserve

Gulf Islands National Park Reserve is spread out over 16 various islands. Grizzly Bears have been spotted in the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve but you will have a better chance of seeing one at Glacier National Park. Gulf Islands National Park Reserve is very popular with many varieties of rare and endangered species. One of the highlights for visitors to Gulf Islands National Park Reserve is the chance to see Killer Whales.

Gwaii Haanas Nationa

Grizzly Bears
l Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site

Gwaii Haanas National Park Reserve and Haida Heritage Site is usually called Gwaii Haanas for short. If you can spend a few days or more touring Gwaii Haanas you will walk away with a new appreciation for nature. Gwaii Haanas offers you a chance to possibly see a Black bear which is larger than a Grizzly bear.

Khutzeymateen Provincial Park

Khutzeymateen Provincial Park is the best place to view Grizzly Bears in British Columbia, Canada. Khutzeymateen Provincial Park offers the most Grizzly Bears per square mile of any other place in British Columbia.

The park does not allow public viewing of Grizzly Bears because the Grizzly Bears are preserved along with their natural habitat. They do offer a few permits that are tightly controlled for viewing the Grizzly Bears. This is what and how the Grizzly Bears looked like and lived like in all of North America before the arrival of the white people forced them to change their habitat.

Khutzeymateen Provincial Park is located 45 miles north of Prince Rupert, British Columbia.

According to BearsInBC 1 out of every 4 Grizzly Bears remaining in North America live in British Columbia.

There are many places to see Grizzly Bears in the wild in North America. No place in the world is better than British Columbia, Canada for viewing Grizzly Bears in the wild. British Columbia, Canada is a gorgeous area and well worth a vacation.

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Comments

Apr 12, 2010 12:29am
Bella_Coola_Info
Bella Coola Valley in BC's Central Coast also has lots of wild Grizzly bears that can bee seen feeding on salmon from August through October. Black bears can be seen from April through November as well, and there are many other wildlife opportunitiesin the area. Bella Coola has access from Vancouver Island on BC Ferries, or you can drive west on Hwy 20 from Williams Lake to Bella Coola Valley.
Aug 22, 2012 11:59am
Marlando
Hi--really enjoyed your article--you might be interested to know that when I was a young man I was involved with raising a Brown bear cub--an interesting concept evolved--everything responds to love. 2 big thumbs up from me
Oct 21, 2012 9:00pm
wordspeller
What a great topic to write about! I think the information is somewhat misleading though. Grizzly bears have never been seen on Gwaii Haanas, or any place on Haida Gwaii, and do not live on the islands. The only bear to be found there is the Haida Gwaii Black Bear (Ursus americanus carlottae). It would have been fantastic if you had included a list and/or description of all seven national parks. For some reason, you just mention three... plus a provincial park.
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