Bryce Andrews, People and Carnivores’ Field Director and award-winning author, has a new book out: Down from the Mountain: The Life and Death of a Grizzly Bear. This captivating and poetically written tale of a grizzly bear and her cubs occurred in part on one of P&C’s field projects and beautifully articulates the challenges experienced when helping grizzlies find space in this complex environment.
We encourage you to peruse the articles, reviews, and podcasts listed here, and to visit your local bookstore for your own copy.
Articles & Reviews
One Man’s Crusade to Help Humans and Bears Coexist. Dennis Drabelle for The Washington Post, 5/17/19
IT’s Us, Bear: Brilliant New Book Shows Toll on Grizzlies. The Durango Herald, 5/17/19
Exploring the Uneasy Coexistence of Bears and Humans. Sarah Boon for Outside Magazine, 4/16/19
Scares and Bears: Bryce Andrews’ writing reaches high peaks in Down from the Mountain. Jackson Elliott for Inlander, 4/16/19
Bryce Andrews: Encounters Between Bears and Humans. Amy Brady for Shelf Awareness for Readers, 4/16/19
Podcasts & Other Recordings
Grizzly Bear’s Death Illuminates Collision between Human and Animal Worlds. Peter O’Dowd for WBUR’s Here and Now, 4/29/19
Bryce Andrews – People, Predators, and the American West. Ed Roberson for Mountain & Prairie Podcast, 4/19/19
Can the Life and Death of a Single Bear Help Us Learn about Human Use of the Land, Habitat Fragmentation, and Climate Change? Brian Kahn for Home Ground Radio, 4/16/19