SurvivalBlog’s News From The American Redoubt

Here is SurvivalBlog’s News From The American Redoubt. This weekly column features news stories and event announcements from around the American Redoubt region. We also mention companies of interest to preppers that are located in the region. The emphasis this week is on bear encounters at home and in the wild, and about bear hunting.

Region-Wide:

The Grizzlies Are Coming

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U.S. won’t restore grizzly bear protections near Yellowstone National Park

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Some advice from our neighbors to the north: Bear-proof your fruit trees

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I was recently a guest on Radio Free Redoubt. We discussed some exciting developments in the Redoubt Movement and more in depth on the grassroots Liberty State partition campaign.

 

Idaho

Idaho wildlife officials approve limited grizzly bear hunt

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Unbearable damage: Foresters look to protect trees from black bears

 

Montana

Wildlife worker on “dream” job mauled by bear in Montana

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Citing risks, Montana says no to 2018 grizzly hunting season

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The Deadly Grizzly Bear Attacks That Changed the National Park Service Forever

 

Eastern Oregon

Next, an article from Baker City, Oregon, in October, 2017: Bothersome Bears

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Also from 2017: Eastern Oregon woman wakes up to find bear in living room

 

Eastern Washington

Grizzly bears in the North Cascades? Feds release plan to restore population

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Dangerous & Problem Wildlife

 

Wyoming

Wyoming approves first grizzly bear hunt in 44 years

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Elk injures another person in Yellowstone

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Second incident this year: Woman gored by bison in Yellowstone National Park

 

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4 Comments

  1. Grizzly have been photographed ( State camera) at the I-90 wildlife overpass near Keechlus Lake in WA State. I do not know why there is a push to restore grizzly as they seem to be doing just that on their own. There was also a grizzly sighting reported near Mt Adams. With hunting losing popularity, animal numbers will increase.

  2. Unbelievable that they can peddle their propaganda about how opening hunting season on Grizzlies is going to endanger the species. Actually Wyoming has already lowered the limit to 10 with 1 female, which means in the entire hunt area of Wyoming only one (1) hunter will be afield at a time. I don’t think that’s going to really put a dent in the population. I have many trail camera pictures of Grizzlies, believe me there is no shortage of bears. With wise management these bears can be harvested and help to restore their natural fear of man and allow man to hunt and enjoy them as well. Most people that cry about opening a hunting season for Grizzlies never spend anytime in Grizzly country and don’t have the slightest idea what a truly wild Grizzly looks like. Trekker Out

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