Trail cam photo of the week

At least one black bear in Minnesota is going to have a great sleep this winter. The Voyageurs Wolf Project, which studies wolves in and around Voyageurs National Park in far northern Minnesota, captured a very large bear on its trail camera recently. Here’s the video… More about this article in the link below… https://bringmethenews.com/.amp/minnesota-lifestyle/video-the-fattest-bear-we-have-ever-seen-spotted-on-minnesota-trail-camera

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Grizzly bears one step closer to losing federal protections – Buckrail – Jackson Hole, news

WYOMING — During a meeting today, the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission addressed the court’s concerns to delist grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE). The Commission approved a revised tri-state Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) regarding the management and allocation of discretionary mortality of grizzly bears in the GYE. “Wyoming has worked collaboratively with Idaho […]

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Grizzly bear charges within feet of trail-cam; ‘Look at those claws!’

A trail camera in Canada’s Yukon Territory has captured video footage showing a large grizzly bear standing and rubbing its back against a tree. But the eye-catching portion is the aftermath: the bear charging toward the camera in slow motion, its massive head lurching downward with each step as the bruin approaches within feet of […]

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Whistler trails shut down to let grizzly bears prepare for hibernation

A number of trails around Whistler, B.C., are being shut down to allow grizzly bears in the area uninterrupted time to make their winter hibernation preparations.  The Resort Municipality of Whistler and the B.C. Conservation Officer Service decided to shut down the trails due to increased grizzly activity. The trails are slated to re-open on Saturday, […]

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Researchers spot a ‘golden’ bear while studying endangered spectacled bears in Peru

The number of spectacled bears in Peru might be larger than suspected, a new study in Ursus suggests. A team of researchers from Gothenburg University, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU) and Stony Brook University studied the population of the endangered species in Northern Peru. By identifying individuals through facial patterns, they were able to estimate […]

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