Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks :: Three Grizzly Bears Hit By Trains East of Marias Pass Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks maintains a population monitoring program and follows protocols and management objectives designed to maintain a healthy grizzly bear population in the NCDE. This includes tracking known mortalities, whether bears are killed or removed from… Read More »
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks :: Grizzly Bear Captured North of Kalispell, Euthanized Montana is bear country with populations of grizzly and black bears. Residents are asked to remove or secure food attractants such as garbage and bird feeders and bird seed. Chicken and livestock should be properly secured with electric fencing or inside a… Read More »
Please don’t let bears hang around your property. Run them off! Food-Conditioned Black Bear Euthanized Near Lake McDonald Lodge – Glacier National Park (U.S. National Park Service) The male bear was euthanized consistent with Glacier National Park’s Glacier National Park is home to both black and grizzly bears. Hikers are highly encouraged to hike in… Read More »
Grizzlies on the Move in U.S. Rockies as Hunting in Limbo – Flathead Beacon News & Features BILLINGS – Grizzly bears are expanding their range in the U.S. Northern Rockies, spreading from remote wilderness into farmland amid a legal fight over proposed hunting. New government data from grizzly population monitoring show bruins in the Yellowstone… Read More »
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 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.
A History Of Grizzly Bear Recovery In The Lower 48 States At their peak, grizzly bears numbered more than 50,000 in the Lower 48. They roamed from the West Coast to the Great Plains, from northern Alaska to central Mexico. Facing threats from habitat loss, hunting and conflicts with people and livestock, their numbers dwindled… Read More »
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.