The potential for a grizzly bear recovery plan in the North Cascades region of southwestern British Columbia has been studied over the last decade, concurrent with a similar initiative on the U. S. side of the border. The grizzly bear population in this region, including Manning Provincial Park, is now considered isolated.
McCrory Wildlife Services Ltd.. 2003. Preliminary Bear Hazard Evaluation: E. C. Manning and Skagit Valley Provincial Parks and Cascade Recreation Area, B. C.. BC Parks
Keywords: parks, cascade, recreation area, bear, hazard evaluation, population
Scientific Name: Ursus arctos, Ursus americanus
English Name: Black Bear, Grizzly Bear
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