Now that grizzly 399 (with a new record-setting baby: read about it by clicking here!) and most of the other known bears in Grand Teton National Park are awake from hibernation, one bear is left: grizzly 793, also known as 'Blondie.'
Blondie was last seen in June of last year, when she allegedly lost her new cubs to an attack by a male grizzly bear.
She typically appears out of hibernation in early June so fingers crossed she'll show up soon.
Here is one of my favorite shots of her from June 2022 when she stared into my big lens ... (Scroll down for more images of Blondie)
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Blondie's ear tag is mostly hidden by her fur
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