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Cherokee Nation Honors Veterans
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Reports Say Yellowstone Grizzly Population Is Strong
Kelsey Dayton, WyoFile
Reprinted with permission from WyoFile . This story first ran on October 30, 2014...
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes Oppose Delisting of Yellowstone Grizzly
Citing the importance of the Yellowstone grizzly to traditional culture, ceremony and spirituality, the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes are opposing the U.S...
Sport-Hunting Moratorium on Brown Bears in Kenai National Wildlife Refuge Declared
Frisky Bear Cubs Video Will Make You Forget Cute Kittens Forever
Kids will be kids will be kids. Wisconsin resident Don Christensen was gazing out to his backyard in late May when he saw these two little cuties wrestling on the lawn...
Video: Wolves Transform the Rivers in Yellowstone National Park
Wolves are changing not only the wildlife of Yellowstone National Park since being reintroduced after a 70-year absence, but also the geography—namely, the rivers...
Misty Upham of 'August: Osage County' Speaks Up for Captive Bears
Actress Misty Upham, who currently appears in August: Osage County and is also known for Jimmy P...
Bears Tortured! Tribal Elders Sue Cherokee Bear Zoo to Stop the Horror
The grisly scene could have been straight out of a horror movie. Bears kept in deep concrete pits devoid of soil, grass or any other environmental essentials...
Bear Facts: Oldest Known Black Bear Takes That Final Nap in Minnesota
She was a mother, grandmother, great-grandmother. And when the time came, she curled up in a cozy, shady spot ideal for a midday nap, and went into her final sleep...
Who Doesn't Like Takeout? Bear Steals Restaurant Dumpster—Twice
Momma Bear (we can only assume), perhaps having worked up an appetite from scratching her back on a tree (RELATED: Does a Bear Shake It in the Woods?...
Wolves of Yellowstone Feasting On Elk; Good News for Bears & Berries
In the latest evidence of what Indigenous Peoples have known for thousands of years—namely, that everything is interconnected in ways that we cannot understand—researchers have lea...
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