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Bjorn Dihle wanted to write a book about brown bears, man and how the two species get along that wasn’t scary. “I didn’t want to… Continue reading
A poor berry crop and lackluster salmon runs contribute.
There’s no such thing as truly-bear proof .
This year’s young bears are bold and plentiful.
The interior was shredded, but it’s already getting fixed
Less tourists and early-summer hunger could be pushing them into areas usually more crowded.
Bears are trash scavengers, particularly in lean years
A ‘paws’ in unwelcome ursine visitors.
Think Nicky is too mainstream? Here’s your bear.
There are fewer than 50 of these bears left and he’s touched three of them.
The driver who hit the bear left the scene.
One person is reportedly dead after being mauled by a bear near Greens Creek Mine.
A black bear caused a brief stir in downtown Juneau on Thursday afternoon after it wandered onto the front steps of the Alaska Capitol, meandered… Continue reading
Staff and patients at Bartlett Regional Hospital received a surprise visitor on Monday evening. It wasn’t another patient in unbearable pain, but something different: A… Continue reading
Ursine interest in the city’s botanical garden has made visits too dangerous
ANAN WILDLIFE OBSERVATORY — When the bear faced her, Forest Service ranger Trina Wade had a gun and pepper spray. She used neither. “Ho bear,… Continue reading