Near Glacier National Park, a surprised grizzly bear attacked three mountain bikers. Two were able to escape, but the third, Brad Treat, was killed. Via Alaska Dispatch News: Treat died Wednesday afternoon after being attacked by a grizzly bear just south of Glacier National Park. Show More Summary
A grizzly bear attacked and killed a mountain biker near Glacier National Park in Montana. Brad Treat, 38, was an off-duty U.S Forest Service law enforcement officer. Brad Treat was attacked and killed by the grizzly bear on Wednesday afternoon. Show More Summary
There are about 1,000 grizzly bears in the area
US Forest Service Law Enforcement Officer Brad Treat Attacked And Killed By Grizzly Bear While Mountain Biking Near Glacier National Park West Glacier, Montana – At around 2 PM on Wednesday, June 29, Brad Treat, 38, was killed by a grizzly...Show More Summary
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A bear attack has led to the death of one person in Flathead National Forest, outside Glacier National Park in Montana. According to initial reports, a grizzly bear was behind the fatal attack. Details regarding the incident are sketchy at this point. Show More Summary
It's been my limited experience that trying to get groundwater on the agenda of the World Water Fora is like the proverbial pulling of teeth from a distraught grizzly bear. In an ideal world, one should not have to do this because groundwater should be included in the discussions of...
“Sadly, the parks rarely get much attention on the national stage unless some knucklehead displaces a cute little baby bison or tries to feed a grizzly bear. But in this year when the Park Service is celebrating its centennial with all sorts of hand-wringing about the future, it’s instructive to remember how language can save […]
Earlier this week, I spent a solid half hour crying after I read about the death of Snowy, the adorable and very photogenic cub of famed Grand Teton National Park's Grizzly 399. Nothing can bring Snowy back, but it's good to know our...Show More Summary
Snowy, the sole cub of the beloved Grizzly 399, was killed in what appears to have been a hit-and-run on the main road.
Sounds like: Dear And The Headlights, SMILE, Grizzly Bear Song: Trudy And The Romance - Wild What's so good? The mutant 50s pop masters Trudy And The Romance are back with their latest singe "Wild." It's a bit more refined than "He Sings,"...Show More Summary
The grizzly, or brown, bear in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is posed to lose protections under the Endangered Species Act. Jim Peaco, Yellowstone National Park via flickr By Jeremy T. Bruskotter, The Ohio State University; John A Vucetich, Michigan Technology University, and Robyn S. Show More Summary
(Reuters) - A bear cub believed to be the offspring of Grizzly 399, one of the best-known bears in the United States, has been hit by a car and killed in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, a park spokesman said on Monday.
Grizzly No. 399 has lived in Grand Teton National Park for 20 years, and she and her cubs have become tourist favorites and social media darlings.
Ezra Koenig gave Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste a call for the latest episode of his Beats 1 show “Time Crisis.” The pair, both vocal Bernie Sanders supporters, discussed Sanders’ defeat to Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, as well as the spectre of Trump, the future of Bernie’s movement, and the Democratic nomination system. Show More Summary
Fifty people were killed and 53 more were injured in a shooting at a gay club in Orlando early this morning. Grizzly Bear’s Ed Droste has responded to the tragedy by posting a lengthy note on Facebook, in which he discusses coming out, his relationship with gay fans, the ongoing struggle for LGBTQ rights, and […]
Earlier this morning, a mass shooting at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, left 50 dead and 53 more wounded. It was the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, as The New York Times reports. Many artists have shared their thoughts about...Show More Summary
Trophy hunting of grizzlies snuffs out the rarest and often the fittest of animals and undermines conservation goals. Above, famed grizzly 399 of Yellowstone playing with her cub. Photo by Jim Laybourn The HSUS today fired the first shot in its legal campaign to prevent trophy hunting of grizzly bears. Show More Summary