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grizzly bears

A citizen committee appointed by Gov. Steve Bullock finalized a report on how the state should manage grizzly bears last week. They envisioned a future with fully recovered populations of grizzlies in Montana, but could not agree on what that future looks like, in particular when it comes to hunting.

Mike Madel, Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks bear management biologist.
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A long-time Montana grizzly bear biologist is no longer with the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks, officials confirmed.

Grizzly bear. Stock photo.
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Wildlife officials say they have killed a grizzly bear after it killed a cow on private land in southwestern Montana outside Yellowstone National Park.

Grizzly bear. File photo.
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A Montana man was hospitalized Tuesday after being mauled by a grizzly bear in an abandoned barn, according to officials.

Grizzly bear. Stock photo.
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This week, a group of 18 Montanans appointed by Gov. Steve Bullock is meeting to finalize its recommendations on how the state should manage grizzly bears.

Map of the Gold Butterfly Project vicinity.
Bitterroot National Forest

Environmental groups are suing the Bitterroot National Forest over a proposed project that calls for about 5,600 acres of commercial logging.  The Gold Butterfly project would take place on about 7,300 acres. It includes non-commercial thinning and about 4,800 acres of prescribed burns.

Grizzly bear.
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The roughly 700 grizzly bears in and around Yellowstone National Park will remain federally protected under the Endangered Species Act, the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed Wednesday. 

 

A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist doing field work in southwest Montana survived a grizzly bear attack Wednesday. 

Two yearling grizzly siblings were captured with their mother near Shelby early summer 2020 after frequently eating grain near a home. The family was relocated south of Glacier National Park.
Courtesy of Wesley Saramento / Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks

On Tuesday, state wildlife officials announced the euthanization of a young male grizzly bear near Shelby.

A hiker received minor injuries from a grizzly bear Monday in Yellowstone National Park.

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