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SCI Montana Chapter Donates Live Grizzly Trap

Mention grizzly bears to three different people and you will get three different perceptions.

My Cat lady auntie will describe Ballou the bear, from the jungle book singing Bare Necessities to Mowgli. Continue reading SCI Montana Chapter Donates Live Grizzly Trap

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Flashback Friday – Grizzly Attack!

Safari-Mag-April-May-1975-coverEditor’s Note: On Friday we explore the vast Safari Magazine archives and bring back a gem from the past. This week a Yukon sheep hunt turns into a brush with death. This article originally appeared in the April, May, June 1975 issue of Safari Magazine.

 In early fall of 1972, we loaded the last duffle into the Beaver float plane and our pilot cranked up the engine. We would soon be airborne, leaving Watson Lake, Yukon behind us. Continue reading Flashback Friday – Grizzly Attack!

Wyoming Game And Fish Commission To Review Post-Delisting Grizzly Bear Management Proposal At Special Meeting Next Week

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WGFD photo.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission will take public comment and review the draft Grizzly Bear Management Plan and the draft three-state Memorandum of Agreement at its special meeting on May 11, 2016 in Casper. The draft proposals outline how Wyoming would manage grizzly bears when they come off of the endangered species list. This follows a public comment period. Continue reading Wyoming Game And Fish Commission To Review Post-Delisting Grizzly Bear Management Proposal At Special Meeting Next Week

Flashback Friday – Someday…

SafariSO96CoverEditor’s Note: On Friday we dig into the Safari Magazine archives and rerun a story from one of our past issues. This week, we follow Burl Jones and his son Mark on a quest for grizzly bear in the Ogilvie Mountains of the Yukon Territory. This story originally appeared in the September/October 1996 issue of Safari magazine.

We were working our way above timberline, to the hunting country of the Yukon’s Ogilvie Mountains. My son Mark and I were being guided through these mountains by Marty Thomas, Continue reading Flashback Friday – Someday…