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Season 14 (3-19-2013)

Full Show: There are eight different species of bears in the world, and they are all an important part of their home ecosystems. Joan Cartan-Hansen and her guest scientists, Gregg Losinski and Evin Oneale, regional conservation educators with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, help us get to know these large, shaggy mammals.

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Video Short: See what bears eat and how scientists conduct research on bears in the wild.

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Web Extra: Our guest scientists, Gregg Losinski and Evin Oneale of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, stay after to answer more questions about bears.

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Season 10 (3-17-2009)

Full Show: There are eight kinds of bears in the world and they play an important role in maintaining the health of the lands they inhabit. Greg Losinski and Evin Oneale, conservation educators with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, help explain how.

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Video Short: See what bears eat, and how scientists conduct research on bears in the wild.

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Web Extra: Greg Losinski and Evin Oneale, conservation educators with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, stay on to answer more questions about bears.

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Season 7 (4-18-2006)

Full Show: Bears are more than just creatures of myth and legend. Bears play an important role in maintaining the health of the land they inhabit. There are 8 kinds of bears in the world. Can you name them? What kind live near you? Do you know what they eat? Do they really sleep all winter? Learn more about Bears from our experts, Wildlife Research Biologist Wayne Wakkinen (Bonners Ferry); and Conservation Educator Gregg Losinski (Idaho Falls).

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Video Short: Bears play a key role in the food chain. Learn more about bears and find out if they really do sleep all winter.

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Season 2 (3-13-2001)

Full Show: How much do bears weigh? Do we have bears in Idaho? How many different kinds of bears are there? Find out the answers to these and other questions about bears from Idaho Fish and Game wildlife biologists - and Bear experts! - John Beecham and Jeff Rohlman.

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