8 States Where Bears Still Roam Free

Alaska: Vast wilderness and minimal human interference make Alaska a haven for various bear species.

Montana: Abundant forests and protected parklands provide ideal habitats for bear populations.

Wyoming: Diverse ecosystems in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks support thriving bear communities.

Idaho: Extensive forests and rugged landscapes offer ample space for bears to roam freely.

Washington: Rich biodiversity and conservation efforts contribute to the presence of bears in Washington's wilderness areas.

Oregon: Lush forests and remote regions allow bears to thrive away from human settlements.

Colorado: Unspoiled wilderness areas like Rocky Mountain National Park provide sanctuary for bears.

California: Despite urbanization, remote forests and national parks support bear populations in the state.