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Alberta provincial officials say the man mauled by a bear in a remote area near Sundre Thursday had been scouting the backcountry in anticipation of bighorn sheep season, which started Friday.
August 27, 2017
Rocky Mountain Outlook
After a summer of bear warnings and closures, a woman has been attacked by a bear in Canmore.
August 27, 2017
Bear season in Canada and the United States has begun, with sightings in Alberta, British Columbia and Alaska. Sadly this past week a forestry working in B.C. 's central coast was mauled. A reminder that bears are waking up and companies working in bear country need to be trained and provided with the proper safety equipment. Luckily for this worker, another man on site was carrying bear spray and was able to stop the bear attack, saving the victim's life.
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March 25, 2017
With the recent wolf attack in Saskatchewan and increasing conflicts with wolves in Banff, it may be time for businesses operating in wolf country to get training.
Parks Canada has issued an aggressive wolf warning for Banff National Park after a ski-hill employee was approached by a pack of wolves and had to flee on a snowmobile.
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December 11, 2016
Jackson Hole News & Guide
Jackson Hole is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including the iconic grizzly bear. Millions of people flock to this region each year to live, work and play, while others call this place home. Many want to live with the wildlife that share this place, but are at a loss at how or are not aware that they are having negative impacts on local wildlife.
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September 01, 2016
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