June and July are mating season for grizzly bears. Cubs are typically born in January and the average number of cubs is two, although females can give birth to one to three cubs. Females are not able to have babies until they are four to nine years old and once they’re of breeding age, they give birth every three years.
Grizzly bears give birth once a year in January or February, during hibernation. They can have 1 to 4 cubs, but it is typically two. The cubs nurse for the rest of hibernation and by the spring, they have thick fur and can walk. They will leave their mother when they are 2 or 3 years old.
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