Tag Archives: bear

Learning to live with grizzlies

By | July 13, 2018

The Great Falls Tribune has an article that begins… While living among grizzly bears might be new for people living on the prairie, cohabitation with these massive carnivores is just part of life in Northwest Montana. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks’ Region 1 is in the northwest corner of the state and encompasses part of the… Read More »

Tent Ban Continues in Many Glacier Due to Grizzly Bear Activity

By | July 12, 2018

The Flathead Beacon reports that a trout-stealing grizzly bear has prompted camping restrictions at one of Glacier National Park’s most popular front-country campgrounds, where park officials have enacted a temporary ban on tents and soft-sided campers in the midst of what’s predicted to be a record-breaking month for visitation. Read the full story here.

The Bear (Aware) Necessities

By | July 4, 2018

The Flathead Beacon’s Great Outdoor Magazine has an article that begins… When most people consider the need for bear awareness, they conjure a self-centered scenario — the terrifying image of a charging grizzly, the desperate hope that a cloud of capsaicin from a can stops the charging bruin in its tracks. It’s a smart scenario… Read More »

Many Glacier Campground Adds Restrictions After Grizzly Bear Sighting

By | July 2, 2018

The Flathead Beacon reports that a northwest Montana campground has temporary banned tents and soft-sided campers after a grizzly bear made its way into the area. The Missoulian reports that hard-sided campers, camper vehicles and pickup trucks with small canvas pop-ups will be allowed at the Many Glacier Campground. Read the full article here.

Grizzly Bear Managers To Vote On NCDE Conservation Strategy

By | June 19, 2018

Montana Public Radio has an article that begins… The Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee is getting together this week for their bi-annual meeting about grizzly bear management in northwest Montana. Members will vote on a conservation strategy that outlines how federal, tribal and state managers can maintain a recovered, genetically diverse population in the Northern Continental… Read More »