Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks is trying to get a public safety message out about bears to hunters and hikers in Western Montana. FWP spokeswoman Vivica Crowser says there are particular areas to avoid
My husband is an avid hunter, so he has had a few close encounters with wildlife in his day. However, he has never had an encounter quite as close as this hunter had. This hunter was enjoying a nice afternoon in a tree stand waiting for his prey to come along, when he was visited by an almost too friendly black bear.
Getting ready for the first ever, Missoula Pond Hockey tournament. It is all happening at the Ranch Club January 26th and 27th. It is going to be fun for the whole family. Just hope that the bears don't show up to play, because they look like they got some serious skill.
(from the Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks)
With some hunting seasons already underway and big game rifle season just around the corner, hunters should think ahead about what they would do in an encounter with a bear and carry and know how to use bear spray
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