Review of “Grizzly Country” (2017)

Moving picture, 52 minutes

Seen in 2020.

Some individual grizzlies in Yellowstone, in the context of the park.

This is the Bob Landis, Trailwood Films production.

The photography is unimpressive, with poor music added for drama, but at least the narrator acknowledges the effects of both global warming and the policy of feeding the bears on trash in the 1970s. There are some moving scenes of bison trapped as they step through weak ice.

moving picture non-fiction nature