North Cascades National Park is incomplete without the grizzly bear.

Wherever they thrive, so does wildness, clean water, and abundant native fish and wildlife. Due to the park’s distance from other lands with grizzly populations, these bears are unlikely to rebound from natural bear migration. They need our help.

Urge the National Park Service to recover these bears using the best wildlife science. We must act now before it is too late.

Restoring grizzly bears would benefit North Cascades National Park and the people who enjoy it. A restored population will boost the park’s appeal and attract nature enthusiasts, scientists, and tourists from around the world. This would provide economic benefits to local communities and support the park’s mission to protect park resources.

It is now up to us to make sure grizzly bears don’t disappear during our lifetime.

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