Living With Bears Handbook, by Linda Masterson

Living with Bears has been the ultimate guidebook to living smart, staying safe and sharing space with bears for more than a decade. The revised and expanded 2nd edition, Living with Bears Handbook, has been fully updated and is easier to use than ever.  

Bear Attacks: Their Causes and Avoidance by Stephen Herrero

Alan Precup disappeared while backpacking in the Alaskan wilderness. Days later, searchers found his campsite. In the bushes about 150 feet away, they found Precup’s bare skeleton, one intact hand, and both feet, still booted. In his camera were the exposed frames of the bear that killed him. Chris Dunkley and three friends were hiking […]

Speaking of Bears, by Rachel Mazur

The Bear Crisis and a Tale of Rewilding from Yosemite, Sequoia, and Other National Parks by Rachel Mazur. The history, compiled from interviews with over 100 individuals, of how Yosemite, Sequoia, and Kings Canyon National Parks, all in California’s Sierra Nevada, created a human-bear problem so bad that there were eventually over 2,000 incidents in […]

In the Company of Bears, by Benjamin Kilham

Benjamin Kilham is a woodsman and naturalist who over the past twenty-five years has discovered and then field-tested a new, exciting wildlife biology. Ben Kilham is New Hampshire’s only licensed bear rehabilitator.

Among The Bears, by Benjamin Kilham

Benjamin Kilham is a woodsman and naturalist who over the past twenty-five years has discovered and then field-tested a new, exciting wildlife biology. Ben Kilham is New Hampshire’s only licensed bear rehabilitator.

Out on a Limb, by Benjamin Kilham

What Black Bears Have Taught Me about Intelligence and Intuition Hardcover Forward by Temple Grandin In Out on a Limb, Ben Kilham invites us into the world he has come to know best: the world of black bears.  For decades, Kilham has studied wild black bears in a vast tract of Northern New Hampshire woodlands. […]

Talking with Bears, by G.A. Bradshaw

Conversations with Charlie Russell   Since white settlement of North America, Grizzly Bears have been feared as unpredictable, dangerous misfits. This image has led to their near extinction.  Now, formerly a stronghold for trophy hunting, British Columbia banned Grizzly hunting and established the first Grizzly Bear wilderness sanctuary.

One of Us, by Barrie K Gilbert

Barrie Gilbert’s fascination with grizzly bears almost got him killed in Yellowstone National Park. He recovered, returned to fieldwork and devoted the next several decades to understanding and protecting these often-maligned giants. 

Watch the Bear: A Half Century with the Brown Bears of Alaska, by Derek Stonorov

Derek Stonorov has spent the better part of fifty years watching brown bears as a research scientist and guide in some of Alaska’s most beautiful wild places. As a dyslexic kid who was more interested in hunting and cars than academics, he managed to collect objective data as well as make observations and insights about […]

Bear and Human, by Dr. Oliver Grimm

Facets of a Multi-Layered Relationship from Past to Recent Times, with Emphasis on Northern Europe Edited by Oliver Grimm Bears have, throughout human history, been admired and feared by humans in equal measure, with an interrelationship between the two species identifiable from pre-modern times through a wealth of material items, as well as from cult […]