Grizzly Bear Deaths In Montana On Pace For Record Highs

By | July 30, 2018

Stacy Courville checks his arm for splatter from the “bait bucket.” NICK MOTT

Montana Public Radio has an article that begins…

Grizzly bears in northern Montana are being killed this year at a rate far outpacing what’s typically seen.

On average, 25 grizzlies die each year in the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem. So far this year, 26 have already been killed.

Read the full article here.

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