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Bear Jam at Glacier National Park

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Posted On 04/16/2021 09:18:16

Montana | National Park Service | Glacier National Park | Bear Jam | Bears | Wildlife | Camping | Hiking | Photpgraphy



Bear Jam at Glacier National Park


    

Visitors to some of America's National Parks sometimes cause traffic jams known as bear jams. A bear jam is caused when one or more motorists stop their car on the road so that they can get a closer look at or a great photo of a bear that they have spotted.

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Have you been in a bear jam?

Our first experience with a bear jam was in the summer of 2017 at Glacier National Park. All of a sudden, we realized that the cars in front of us had all come to a halt. We knew that it probably had to be a bear jam, but couldn't see a bear. As some cars finally left, we slowly moved up and could finally see a bear just walking back and forth in a large patch of grass!

Where did you experience your first bear jam?

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