Grizzlies are omnivores and will eat anything including:
The grizzly bear has a stable and sustainable population in the North American wild. However, among the many factors affecting their way of life, human interactions can have the most impact. Some bears find the urban environment too enticing and must be relocated, such as the bears exhibited at the Tulsa Zoo.
As living spaces overlap, bears risk conflict with humans when attractants such as bird feeders, cattle grain, campgrounds or garbage are too hard to resist and make the bear a threat to human safety. State wildlife agencies balance wild bear conservation with a “three strikes and you’re out” policy for those consistently unwilling to abandon unnatural food sources. Repeat offenders can face an uncertain future, but fortunately, some zoos can provide these bears with excellent care in a secure home.
Hairs tipped with silver or blond give this bear its namesake “grizzled” appearance. A distinctive hump at its shoulders and dark areas around the eyes also help distinguish this subspecies from other brown bears.