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Bear spray canister: recommended equipment for recreating in bear country. (Colin Mulvany)

Bear spray: you don't need it until you need it 

WILDLIFE -- Volunteers from the Be Bear Aware Campaign recently were in Glacier National Park handing out brochures on being safe in bear country. "One group heading out on the trails said they didn't need the brochure," said Chuck Bartlebaugh. "One of them said, 'We're...

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This black bear, known as Green 108, has had three cubs from the same litter euthanized because they were breaking into homes. (Associated Press)

Once again: Fed bear is dead bear, people injured 

WILDLIFE -- It's the same disheartening "Fed-bear Dead-bear" story retold this time with an additional little twist of human denial at best, or maybe just stupidity. State wildlife officials have captured and euthanized two food-conditioned black bears west of Kalispell, but they say someone else...

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