‘Bark Ranger’ to Protect Glacier Park Wildlife

By | May 28, 2016

Gracie, a-two-year-old female border collie is Glacier National Park’s new “Bark Ranger.” She is being trained to help minimize dangerous human- wildlife interactions at Logan Pass by shepherding bighorn sheep and mountain goats away from the Logan Pass Visitor Center parking lot. National Park Service Photo, Mark Biel

The Flathead Beacon says… Meet Gracie, Glacier National Park’s new “bark ranger.” With the help of the Glacier National Park Conservancy, Glacier Park is implementing a Bark Ranger pilot project to determine if a trained herding dog could help reduce human-wildlife interactions at Logan Pass this summer. Read the full story here.

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