Four Grizzly Bears Relocated To Yellowstone Region

big horn radio, Bear Hunting Magazine

Four grizzly bears have been relocated to the Yellowstone National Park region because of conflicts with humans and livestock in northwest Wyoming.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department trapped and relocated an adult female grizzly bear, one yearling male cub and one yearling female cub that had been found frequenting private property near Dubois, about 45 miles southeast of Yellowstone. The agency also trapped and relocated an adult male grizzly bear after it had killed a domestic calf west of Dubois.

Game and Fish spokesman Dennie Hammer says the sow and two cubs were relocated 10 miles east of Yellowstone while the adult male was relocated about five miles east of the park.

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