Post by brotherbear on Dec 22, 2011 5:03:22 GMT -9
Just a couple of days ago I watched a Nat Geo grizzly bear documentary by Casey Anderson. If I'm not mistaken, the name of the documentary is "Expedition Grizzly". It was ( or is ) a very good documentary. Casey Anderson flashed some drawings of grizzly bears which gave the shoulder height, length, and weight of Yellowstone grizzly bears and of Katmai coastal grizzly bears. I have been online seeking those illustrations.
There are YNP grizzly bear data (including measurement info) found in this section. Regarding the specific Casey Anderson diagram, unless someone took a screenshot from the video itself (for later online upload) then I'm afraid you are out of luck. FWIW, bear forum plans are to provide more technical field data for brown bears from interior Canada/US and also coastal populations in 2012.
FYI, the Casey Anderson 'Expedition' series are highlighted in the video section in this forum. All around, good info, great video footage. Just to give a heads up, I've seen a commercial promo (I'm guessing for 2012) showing more (new video footage) of polar bear/grizzly bear interaction.
Last Edit: Dec 24, 2011 12:39:38 GMT -9 by grrraaahhh