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Mike Madel, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks bear manager specialist, places a radio collar on a sub-adult grizzly bear on the Rocky Mountain Front. GPS collars are one of several technologies used for management, along with DNA and isotope data taken from bear hair.

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  • Mike Madel, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks bear manager specialist, places a radio collar on a sub-adult grizzly bear on the Rocky Mountain Front. GPS collars are one of several technologies used for management, along with DNA and isotope data taken from bear hair.
  • Bearing down
  • Mike Madel, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks bear...
  • Photo courtesy Mike Model
  • Sep 29, 2010
  • Chris Servheen, grizzly bear recovery coordinator for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, records the body temperature of an adult female grizzly bear on the Rocky Mountain Front. “We have bears reoccupying habitats now that they’ve been gone from for 100 years,” he says, “but as they reoccupy those places, the people living there start encountering more and more of them.”
  • Bearing down
  • Chris Servheen, grizzly bear recovery coordinator for U.S...
  • Photo courtesy Mike Model
  • Sep 29, 2010

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