I didn’t come looking for trouble on my trip to Kicking Horse Mountain Resort in Golden, British Columbia, but my mountain agenda included plans to reach the peak and face a grizzly bear, all without breaking a sweat. AVOID BECOMING LUNCH FOR A GRIZZLY The four-season resort is located just off the Trans-Canada highway in southeast British Columbia. Show More Summary
The foursome of Sufjan Stevens, his drummer James McAlister, the National’s Bryce Dessner, and composer Nico Muhly (whose arrangement credits include Grizzly Bear’s Veckatimest, The National’s High Violet and Trouble Will Find Me, and Usher’s “Climax”) have announced a new album together... Continue reading
The U.S. Senate voted, mostly along party lines, on Tuesday (March 21) to abolish a regulation that prohibited certain types of hunting in Alaska national wildlife refuges.
I couldn’t stop thinking about grizzly bears being chased by a plane or helicopter. The pilot dumps the hunter close to the grizzly, and the hunter shoots the magnificent animal dead. All for a trophy. Photo by John E. Swallow I tossed and turned almost the entire night. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress has approved a bill that would allow aerial hunting of grizzly bears and killing of bears and wolves near dens on federal lands in Alaska. Alaska's three Republican lawmakers said the rule undermines the state's ability to manage fish and wildlife on refuge lands — one-fifth of Alaska's land mass. [...]Show More Summary
If grizzly bears, black bears, and wolves cannot live in peace on national wildlife refuges, where can they live? Photo by iStockphoto Let’s be very clear. The resolution advanced by Alaska Senator Dan Sullivan to allow unconscionable...Show More Summary
Not long after Bill Gaines began working to rebuild the population of grizzly bears in the North Cascade mountains, he and others decided to investigate how many there once were and why so few remained. What they learned, in the archives of the Hudson’s Bay Company, which trapped and traded grizzly...
Since the beginning of the year, Rough Trade Publishing has been releasing daily singles as part of its "A Song A Day Keeps The Pain Away" series, launched to combat the anxiety of the post-election climate and with proceeds from every subscription going toward the Southern Poverty Law Center. We are currently on day 74…
The creator of the online comic site The Oatmeal urged his legions of online followers to support a bear reintroduction plan.
Loosely speaking, there are two kinds of fear. There's the fear of external, objective hazards--like getting caught in an avalanche, or taking a bad fall climbing or getting mauled by a grizzly bear. Then, there's the internal, moreShow More Summary
Think Winter Soldier but with wildlife.
The famous conservationist, Aldo Leopold, once observed that “relegating grizzlies to Alaska is about like relegating happiness to heaven; one may never get there.” With a newly released plan to restore grizzly bears in Washington’sShow More Summary
No attempt made to capture bear after death of Forest Service officer Brad Treat.
Forest Service law enforcement officer surprised and hit bear while mountain biking.
Betsy DeVos was subjected to widespread ridicule when she suggested that “potential grizzlies” were a reason that a Wyoming school might want to keep firearms on location. But the senator who asked her the question just found out why she thought such a contingency was possible. Show More Summary
The Maryland Zoo provided this video of two 11-month-old grizzly bear cubs they've taken in. The cubs were orphaned after their mother was shot dead in the wild in Montana.
White lady billionaire, Betsy DeVos, has moved beyond grizzly bears and guns to explore a whole new territory in the Trumpist landscape of racist delusion. In describing the origins of historically black colleges and universities asShow More Summary
Created by Dennis Culver & Denis Medri: A man who shrinks and becomes a very tiny grizzly bear, the perfect assassin! The post FULL ISSUE: Codename: Ursa Minor #1 appeared first on CBR.com.
Montana lawmakers are considering a resolution to ask the state's congressional delegation to declassify the grizzly bear as a threatened species throughout Montana. Opponents of the measure said Friday it … Click to Continue »