Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center (NOROCK)
This animated map showing grizzly bear range expansion in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem from 1990 - 2016.
Westslope cutthroat trout conservation populations in the Missouri (A), South Saskatchewan (B), and Upper Columbia (C – Middle Fork Flathead; D – North Fork Flathead) river basins in Glacier National Park. The colored lines indicate genetic risk degree.
Genetic status of westslope cutthroat trout populations in streams and lakes of the Upper Columbia, Missouri and South Saskatchewan river basins, Glacier National Park, as of 2012.
This map shows the overlapping boundaries of significant ecological and land management areas in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem used by the IGBST to show grizzly bear distribution and occupancy. Click on each boundary for more information.
This links to the IGBST mapping boundary layers related to the teams research and monitoring that is available at this time. Resources include KMZ files, Metadata files, and Shape files.
This interactive map shows the overlapping boundaries of significant ecological and land management areas in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem used by the IGBST to show grizzly bear distribution and occupancy.
Food Storage Regulations in Grizzly Bear Recovery Areas: If you are going to any of the Grizzly Bear Recovery Areas to camp, hunt or hike you may be required to keep your food, garbage and livestock feed in special bear-resistant containers. Once you have chosen your destination, you can find and read these “Food Storage Regulations” by clicking on the links listed on this page developed by IGBC.