Grizzly Bear #399 and Family Photography Gallery

Grizzly Cub Standing in Wildflowers
Grizzly Cubs Wrestling in Fog
Grizzly Bear Cub Standing Up in Wildflowers
Grizzly 399 and Cubs on River Bank
Grizzly and Cubs in Willow Flats
Grizzly and Cubs Below Mount Moran
Grizzly 399 Leading Her Cubs Through a Meadow
Cubs Nursing from Grizzly Bear 399
Grizzly 399 Leading Cubs Along a Hilltop
Grizzly Cub Looking Away from Others
Grizzly Bear Looking Back for Cub
Grizzly 399 and Her Four Cubs
Grizzly 399 Leading Her Cubs Up a Hillside
Grizzly Bear Guarding Her Cubs
Grizzly Cubs Greeting Their Mother
Grizzly 399 Returning to Her Cubs
Grizzly Bear Cubs Standing on Hillside
Grizzly Bear and Cubs Above Meadow
Grizzly Cubs Scouring Meadow
Grizzly Bear 610 in Grassy Meadow
Grizzly Bear 399 in Meadow
Grizzly Bear Behind Bush
Grizzly Bear in Meadow
Grizzly Bear 399 in Sagebrush
Grizzly Bear and Fall Leaves
Standing Grizzly Bear Cub Behind 610
Standing Grizzly Bear Cub
Grizzly Bear Cub
Grizzly Bear on Road
Grizzly Bears on Road
Grizzly Bear Cub Hiding
Grizzly Bear Cub Hiding in Grasses
Grizzly Bear Looking Up
Grizzly Bear Cubs in Rain
Grizzly Bear and Cub
Grizzly Bear and Cubs
Grizzly Bears in Snowfall
Grizzly Bear and Cubs on Antelope Flats
Grizzly Bear in Snow Storm
Grizzly Bear Behind Ridge
Grizzly Bear Looking Behind Ridge
Grizzly Bear Cub Standing Up
Grizzly Bear in Snow Storm
Grizzly Bear #399 Shaking Off Snow
Grizzly Bear Shaking Off Snow
Grizzly Bear 760 Along River
Grizzly Bear Along River
Grizzly Bear Along Buffalo Fork
Grizzly Bear on River Shore
Grizzly Bear in Spring Snow Melt
Grizzly Bear Walking on Hill
Grizzly Bear Running
Grizzly Bear on Peninsula
Black and White Grizzly Bear on Log
Grizzly Bear on Log
Grizzly Bear on Tree Stump
Grizzly Bear on Fallen Tree
Grizzly Bear in Creek
Grizzly Bear Looking Out from Log
Grizzly Bear Cub Making Eye Contact
Grizzly Bear in Forest Brush
Grizzly Bears in Wildflowers
Grizzly 399 and Cubs in Wildflowers
Grizzly Bear Cubs on Pole
Grizzly Bear 399 Cubs on Pole
Grizzly 610 Walking Near Spring Meadow
Grizzly Bear and Cub on Aspen Tree
Grizzly Bear 610 on Icy Shore
Grizzly Bear 610 Standing
Grizzly Bears on Frozen Oxbow Bend
Grizzly Bears on Ice at Oxbow Bend
Grizzly Bears Playing on Snow
Grizzly Bears Along Oxbow Bend
Grizzly Bears Along Icy Waters
Grizzly Cub and Canada Geese
Grizzly Bears on Ice
Grizzly Bears Below Mount Moran
Grizzly Bears and Mount Moran
Grizzly Bears Playing on Oxbow Bend
Grizzly Cub Below Mount Moran
Grizzly Bear on Ice
Grizzly Bear on Icy Oxbow Bend
Grizzly 610 and Two Cubs
Grizzly Bear Playing with Birds
Mount Moran Above Playing Grizzly Bears
Grizzly Bears on Icy Water
Grizzly Family on Frozen Oxbow Bend
Grizzly Bear 610 Fishing
Grizzly Bear 610 at Water Hole
Grizzly Bears Playing
Grizzly Bears Wrestling
Grizzly Bear Cubs Playing
Grizzly Bear Cubs Playing
Grizzly Bear Cub on Icy Oxbow Bend
Grizzly Bears on Frozen Oxbow Bend
Grizzly Bears Below Teton Mountains
610 and Cubs Digging in Snow
Grizzly Bear and Cubs Digging in Snow
Grizzly Bear and Cub Walking on Snow
Grizzly Bear Against Willow Trees
Grizzly Bear 610 and Willow Trees
Grizzly Bear and Cubs Foraging
Grizzly Bear 610 Standing in Black and White
Orphaned Grizzly Bear Cubs in Meadow
Grizzly Bear and Cubs on Ranchland
Horses Staring Down Grizzly Bear
Grizzly Bear and Cubs on Ranch
Grizzly Bear on Ranch
Grizzly Bear and Cubs on Ranchland
Grizzly Bear Cub Yearling
Grizzly Bear and Cubs in Sagebrush
Grizzly Bear 399 Behind Spruce Tree
Grizzly Bear Walking Near Sagebrush
Grizzly Bear and Cub in Grass
Grizzly Bear and Grazing Cub
Grizzly Bear and Cub Grazing on Grass
Grizzly Bear Cub Eating Grass
Grizzly Bear Walking Through Sagebrush
Grizzly 610 Walking Through Sagebrush
Grizzly 610 and Cub Playing
Grizzly Bear 610 and Cub Playing
Grizzly Bear Cubs Playing
Grizzly Bear 610 Cubs Playing
Running Grizzly Bear Cubs
Grizzly Bear Cub Walking in Snow
Grizzly Bear Walking in Snow
Grizzly Bears and Jackson Lake Lodge
Grizzly Bears Cubs Wrestling
Running Grizzly Bear Cub
Grizzly Bear 610 in Willow Flats
Grizzly Bear 399 and Cubs on Dirt Road
Grizzly Bear 399 and Cubs Walking Road
Grizzly Bear 399 and Cubs in Willow Flats
Grizzly Bear 399 and Cubs in Meadow
Grizzly Bear 399 and Cubs in Willows
Grizzly Bear Cub Standing
Grizzly Bear 399 on Top of Lunch Tree Hill
Curious Grizzly Bear Cubs
Curious Grizzly Bear 399 Cubs
Cute Grizzly Bear Cub
Grizzly Bear 399 in Wildflowers
Grizzly Bear Cub Standing
Grizzly Bear Cubs in Wildflowers
Grizzly Bear 399 and Cubs
Grizzly Bear 399 Nursing Cubs
Blonde Grizzly Bear Cub in Wildflowers
Grizzly Bear 399 and Cub
Grizzly Bear 399 and The Grand Teton
Grizzly Bear 399 Below Teton Mountains
Grizzly Bear 399 and Three Cubs
Bear 399 and Three Cubs
Grizzly Bear and Cubs on Snow
Bear 399 and Cubs Crossing Frozen Creek
Grizzly Bear 399 on Ice
Grizzly Bear 399 and Cubs
Grizzly Bear 399 Along Snake River
Grizzly Bear and Cub
Grizzly Bear and Cubs

Grizzly Bear #399 and Family Information

Grizzly Bear #399 rose to fame between 2006 and 2008 when she emerged with her first (known) set of cubs. The triplets and Bear 399 captured the hearts of locals and the few tourists visiting the area at the time. Bear 399 kept her cubs relatively close to the roadsides to help keep them safe from male bears who would otherwise be anxious to put the females back into heat to mate with them. One of the cubs would go on to also win the hearts of both locals and tourists. Grizzly Bear #610 took after her mother and in the following years, frequented the same areas as her mother, such as Oxbow Bend, Willow Flats, and the Pilgrim Creek area. Within just a few short years, April and May in Grand Teton National Park went from being virtually emtpy to a bear watching season where crowds would gather to watch these gorgeous grizzly bears exhibit natural behavior literally just off of the roadsides. Sadly, many of Bear 399's cubs have suffered tragic early deaths, whether from poachers, vehicle collisions, or the Game and Fish Department. Several cubs of the year to date have been struck by cars, other offspring such as Bear #615 were shot by hunters who were uneducated about bear behavior as well as poachers who simply don't appreciate the value of a grizzly bear. Questions still remain as to why the Game and Fish Department put down Grizzly Bear #760, another of 399's offspring. Regardless, the grizzlies of Grand Teton National Park have proven to be a huge economic force to the region, and no one can deny that.

158 total photos in this gallery