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Could you see a bear during winter in Montana?

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Grizzly bears enter what is called torpor, which is similar to hibernation. During torpor they enter a deep sleep but can easily wake up if disturbed. Bears typically den for about five to six months, typically starting in November. They emerge from their dens during the spring, around March or April.
Published 2 months ago · Billings, United States

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Could you see a bear during winter in Montana?

Most people know that bears hibernate in the winter, but is there a possibility of seeing one in Montana when there is snow on the ground? Yourbigsky is determined to find out.  Hello, Montana – Yellowstone Fire Council calendars According to Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks, grizzly bears enter what is called torpor, which is similar to hibernation. During torpor, they enter a deep sleep but can easily wake up if disturbed. Bears create wi…

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