Coming out of a verdant summer, Wyoming bears were in good shape. One grizzly tipped the scales just three pounds shy of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem’s top mark.
Are you wondering why you might be seeing more bears around Big Sky? It is because it’s that time of the year when they become more active. Bears are preparing to enter their dens and not eat or drink for five to seven months.
With Halloween approaching, it's vital to consider our wildlife neighbors, particularly bears. During their fall feeding frenzy, known as hyperphagia, bears can consume an astounding 20,000+ calories daily. Their keen sense of smell makes your pumpkin creations an irresistible target. To keep your jack-o'-lanterns safe and bear-free, consider bringing them inside and dispose of them safely.
To ensure a safe and enjoyable camping experience for both humans and bears, let's explore some essential bear safety tips.
On Sept. 8 Madison County Dispatch received a 911 call from a hunting party where an individual had been attacked by a grizzly bear while tracking a deer on Yellow Mule Trail.
In light of the Carbon County couple killing a black bear in self-defense, we wanted to highlight ways to avoid scenarios like these.
Though people may think they know the basics about bear safety, here's a few myths you may not know about.
Big Sky PBR weekend is right around the corner... In honor of cheering on the brave cowboys in bear country, were diving into a brief history of Cowboys & Bears!
Interagency Grizzly Bear Committee (IGBC) Article - The grizzly bear, like its cousin the black b...
National Parks Service Article - As the summer season ends, the air becomes crisp, leaves change ...