JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) – The State of Wyoming’s call for help to Hilary Cooley, the grizzly bear recovery coordinator for the US Fish and Wildlife Service, returned on October 18 after a weekend of strife to one end to the other.
It was a Monday, and local Wyoming Game and Fish Department workers were overwhelmed by the sheer volume of calls and disputes related to Grizzly 399, a notorious sow-bear with four half-grown cubs who roams southern Jackson Hole. . This revered 25-year-old bear has spent more time outside Grand Teton National Park than in the protected landscape since the summer, and his journeys through places like Josies Ridge, Tribal Trails and Hoback Junction prove problematic.
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