National Geographic Society article on the Grizzly Bear-Army Cutworm Moth Relationship

The National Geographic Society’s senior writer and editor Douglas Main recently published an article discussing the grizzly bear-army cutworm moth relationship along Continental Divide areas of the Rocky Mountains where their summer ranges overlap. The piece features remarkable photographs by Steven Gnam, who served as a field technician on our project for multiple field seasons.

The article provides an overview of the two species’ high elevation relationship and briefly discusses the unintentional threat posed by increasing human recreation in alpine areas. Follow the link below to view the article (user account required):

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