The western black bear male normally weighs 250-300 pounds in summer. Females 150-180 pounds. These weights can vary depending on the time of year, the bear’s age, and the available food. A large male Utah black bear can weigh over 300 pounds in summer.
Are there wolves in Utah?
Although there have been confirmed wolf sightings over the years — and rare instances of wolf- related livestock depredation — there are no known established packs in Utah. Since wolves were reintroduced in the northern Rocky Mountains in 1995, the DWR has been able to confirm between 10-20 wolves in the state.
Do brown bears live in Utah?
In North America, for example, the brown bear now occurs only in Alaska, parts of Canada, and in the northwestern United States. Unfortunately, the brown bear was extirpated (eliminated) from Utah in the 1920s. … Brown bears are omnivores, but the majority of their diet is composed of plant matter.