The North Cascades National Park is incomplete without the grizzly bear. Wherever they thrive, so does wildness, clean water, and abundant native fish and wildlife.

Despite having the space and food to support a thriving population, the North Cascades no longer has an established population of grizzly bears. And due to its distance from other lands with grizzly populations, these bears are unlikely to rebound on their own.

Americans were able to save the dwindling grizzly population in Yellowstone from the brink of extinction, and we can do the same here in North Cascades National Park. Encourage the National Park Service to act now before it is too late.

Failure to act would result in the permanent loss of grizzly bears from the park during our lifetime.

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