Posted by: Sandy Steinman | February 19, 2020

Grizzly Bear Death Rates Are Climbing

The New York Times reports

Trains, cars and poaching have all contributed to a soaring number of fatalities, prompting fears for the grizzlies’ future.In 2018, a record number of grizzly bears — 51 — were killed in the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem, millions of acres in and around Glacier National Park.
In 2018, a record number of grizzly bears — 51 — were killed in the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem, millions of acres in and around Glacier National Park.

Read more at  Grizzly Bear Death Rates Are Climbing – The New York Times


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