18 Grizzlies Die in Human Encounters in Montana

By | December 13, 2014

The Flathead Beacon reports that eighteen grizzly bears have been killed in encounters with humans in north-central Montana this year, but none had to be destroyed by wardens because they became troublesome, state and federal experts said. The statistics were disclosed this week by the Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee, a group that oversees the recovery of the threatened species, the Missoulian reported Friday.  Read the full report here.

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