Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center (NOROCK)

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Search here for some of our available field imagery and videos. Can't find what you are looking for? Contact sbeldin@usgs.gov to see what we have available.

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May 11, 2007

Fat Grizzly Bear Digging at a Log

Grizzly bear rubbing, laying on, and excavating a decaying tree in Glacier National Park. The log shows long-term use by bears.

October 31, 2006

Herd of Elk in Glacier National Park

Elk walk past a bear rub tree in Glacier National Park.

August 27, 2006

Wolves in Glacier National Park

Eight wolves walk past a bear rub tree in Glacier National Park.

August 11, 2006

Dancing Grizzly

Grizzly bear vigorously rubbing on a natural marking tree in Glacier NP, Montana. Rubbing is a form of chemical communication. DNA analysis of hair collected from natural rub trees is used to identify individual bears and census the population.

July 21, 2006

Pine Marten in Glacier National Park

A pine marten climbs up and down a tree and onto the remote camera box. The camera is pointed at a bear rub tree.

June 11, 2006

Rub and Look Black Bear

Black bear rubbing on a marking tree regularly used by other bears in Glacier NP, Montana. DNA fingerprinting of hair collected from natural rub trees is used to census the bear population.

Boulder Glacier - 2005 color
December 31, 2005

Boulder Glacier - 2005 color

Boulder Glacier - 2005 color

Boulder Glacier - 2005 black and white
December 31, 2005

Boulder Glacier - 2005 black and white

Boulder Glacier - 2005 black and white

Chaney Glacier - Terminus - 2005 color
December 31, 2005

Chaney Glacier - Terminus - 2005 color

Chaney Glacier - Terminus - 2005 color

Chaney Glacier - notch - 2005 color
December 31, 2005

Chaney Glacier - notch - 2005 color

Chaney Glacier - notch - 2005 color

August 3, 2005

Grizzly Bear Claws and Licks Camera

Grizzly bear paws and licks one of our remote cameras and eventually pushes it off the tree. The camera container had a screw top lid that moves as the bear paws at it; the camera was not damaged (Make sure you have your sound on for this).