Heading for Hibernation
Banff National Park, Alberta
In the fall, grizzly bears are lethargic as they wait for the first big snowfall before going into their den. A large snowstorm is a signal to head for hibernation. The snow covers the entrance, which prevents them from being at risk from a predator harming them in their den. Bear 122 (perhaps better known in the Banff area as "The Boss" , as he weighs over 800lbs and is a dominant male bear) was on his way after a record snowfall of 41cm in the area.
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