A Powell Tribune editorial reads:
It should go without saying you should never approach bears, entice them to feed at your property, and understand the phrase “mama bear” is well earned. A sow bear with cubs is quite likely the most dangerous creature on the planet if she feels the cubs are threatened.
POWELL — Wyoming’s Congressional delegation is again pushing to remove federal protections from the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem’s grizzly be…
America needs judges who uphold the law, not bend it to their personal views.
The legislation would essentially clear the way to remove Wyoming’s grizzly bear population from protection under the Endangered Species Act and hand over management to the state.
With Yellowstone National Park reopening in a few days, here are some helpful reminders to keep you out of trouble.
A representative from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department spoke with U.S. Congress on Wednesday about new ways for technology to help reduce …
With bear-resistant backpack containers showing up on Costco shelves, the challenge of keeping people food away from ursine raiders has gone mainstream. The photo of a certified bear-resistant cooler with its lid torn off shows how difficult the task is.
Simultaneously loved and feared, grizzlies are one of Yellowstone's most iconic residents.
Perhaps a tenth of the people hoping to serve on the Montana governor’s grizzly bear advisory committee might get a seat at the table, as the volunteer group nears creation.
Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon said Thursday he had met with the governors of Montana and Idaho to look into convening a summit to try to address th…
Montana’s wildlife officials may keep planning to manage grizzly bears even though federal efforts to take them off the Endangered Species List appear stalled.
Grizzly bears are, undoubtedly, one of North America’s largest predators.
Traveling through Wyoming’s wide open spaces leaves plenty of time to think, tune into crackly radio stations and count pronghorn in the prairie.
For the second time in the past decade, a judge took grizzly bear management away from Wyoming and assigned it back to the federal government.
Wyoming’s wildlife commission will vote Wednesday on the first grizzly hunt in more than 40 years, but if approved, only one bear hunter would…
In a variation of “women and children first,” Scandinavian biologists found that female brown bears keep their cubs close a year longer than usual as defense from hunters.
Up to 23 grizzly bears could be killed during this fall’s hunting season if Wyoming’s wildlife commission approves new draft regulations.
Grizzly bear hunting in the Cowboy State could begin as soon as this fall, after the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s commission asked wildl…
In late June, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service declared grizzly bears recovered and proposed removing them from the endangered species list …
One day last fall, Cody rancher Tom Bales counted no fewer than 10 grizzly bears in his cornfield outside Cody.
Wyoming assumed control of grizzly bear management this summer, and now wildlife officials want to hear from the public.
Business guru Peter Drucker’s axiom that “you can’t manage what you can’t measure” hits a real challenge when counting grizzly bears.
Grizzly bears, Tennessee purple coneflowers and island night lizards share little in common. They’re distributed across vastly different parts…
Wyoming cleared a final hurdle Wednesday on the path to removing federal protections for grizzly bears.