Yellowstone-area Grizzly's have stopped expanding their range
After half-century of expansion, bears reach limit of “suitable habitat,” federal scientists report.
Black Bear Hunter Accused of Killing Protected Grizzly outside Yellowstone National Park
Grizzly 399’s ‘final legacy’
Congress hears bills to remove federal protections for wolves and grizzlies
FWP REMINDER: Be Bear Aware When Recreating Outdoors
Biologist spots Yellowstone National Park’s first grizzly bear of 2023
Bear season arrives in the West
As bears begin to emerge from their winter hibernation, the U.S. Forest Service announced that food storage orders are in effect across the Custer Gallatin and Beaverhead-Deerlodge national forests and in much of the Greater Yellowstone Area starting March 1.
Feds to explore delisting of Greater Yellowstone and NCDE grizzlies
Hey Bear Gives Back +$2000 to Grizzly Habitat
Three grizzly bears test positive for highly pathogenic avian influenza
Wildlife Watch: grizzly bear management
Grizzly bear conflicts continue in southwestern Montana
Bear specialists and game wardens with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks have responded recently to several separate conflicts involving grizzly bears in southwestern Montana.
No people were injured in these conflicts. However, one grizzly bear was euthanized, and several others were relocated.
College wrestler saves teammate from grizzly bear mauling
A college wrestler from a small Wyoming school helped his teammate survive a grizzly mauling over the weekend by trying to wrestle the massive bear off his friend, eventually drawing a more brutal attack to himself.
FWP to host virtual bear safety training events for hunters
Bear Smart Resolution adopted; biologists estimate 200 bears in Missoula
On an unanimous vote, Missoula city and county jointly adopted a Bear Smart resolution, setting the stage to begin implementing Bear Smart policies and regulations.
Two grizzlies euthanized after repeated conflicts
Wildlife officials euthanized two grizzly bears this week that were responsible for at least 10 conflicts in the upper Blackfoot Valley over the past two months.
Hiking in Bear Country
Hunters must expect to see bears
Several grizzly bears reported in northern Bitterroot Valley in August
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks report increasing grizzly bear numbers in the valley, an area without an established grizzly population
Curbside recycling now available in Big Sky
The Big Sky Owners Association announced Friday that it has officially launched mixed curbside recycling in Big Sky through a partnership with Republic Services.
Part II: Grizzly 399’s four cubs will soon reach a life-or-death crossroads
Experts, locals and visitors contemplate the future of some of the West’s most iconic wildlife
Part 1: Grizzly 399’s four cubs will soon reach a life-or-death crossroads
Most Wyoming grizzlies are now killed, not relocated, following the types of human interactions the soon-to-be-separated subadults are conditioned for.