Tag Archives: bear

How These Little Dogs Help Keep Grizzlies On Their Toes

By | May 20, 2019

How These Little Dogs Help Keep Grizzlies On Their Toes Grizzly bear populations across the state are growing, as is talk about how to minimize human-bear conflict. A Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks report released in April showed wildlife officials in northwest Montana received about 150 calls related to grizzly conflicts last year.

Thoughts on Grizzlies

By | May 15, 2019

Thoughts on grizzlies The grizzlies are back! By any measure, the grizzly bear, with a lot of human help, have made a remarkable recovery. Many folks, including Montana’s Fish, Wildlife and Parks feel that they should no longer be listed as an endangered species. Others, including many environmental organizations, are opposed to delisting.

Grizzlies in the Backyard

By | May 13, 2019

Molly shared this interesting article about grizzlies in Canada. Opinion | Grizzlies in the Backyard Opinion In British Columbia’s Bella Coola Valley, humans are trying to live in harmony with the giant bears. A grizzly bear in the Bella Coola Valley in British Columbia, where there is one bear for every 33 residents.

Glacier National Park Officials Set Plans To Trap Grizzlies

By | May 13, 2019

Glacier National Park Officials Set Plans To Trap Grizzlies KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) – Glacier National Park officials plan to capture and mark 10 female grizzly bears as part of an ongoing effort to monitor the population in the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem. The Daily Inter Lake reports park officials announced Wednesday that the trapping efforts… Read More »

Glacier, Yellowstone Announce Plans to Collar Grizzlies

By | May 10, 2019

Glacier, Yellowstone announce plans to collar grizzlies Glacier National Park estimates there are about 300 grizzly bears in the park, which is part of the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem, and park officials announced Wednesday the launch of efforts to capture and mark a sample of grizzlies in the park as part of an interagency campaign… Read More »