A Last Stand For Grizzly Bears

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Mapping of grizzly bear habitat to identify key areas. ' Development of a
standardized cumulative effects analysis process to assure all pertinent
information is analyzed before authorizing projects. Use of road closures when
needed to prevent bear/ human conflicts. ' Cooperation with other agencies in
relocation of problem bears to areas where they will not be a menace to humans.
' Integration of grizzly bear needs into National F0rest Plans. 0 Participation in
grizzly bear studies.

The National Forests Of The Northern Region

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4. Joumals of Lewis and Clark, p. l02. 5. Ibid., p. 105. 6. Ibid., p. 103. 7. USDA
Forest Service, A Last Stand for Grizzly Bears: The Role of the Forest Service (
Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1984); Interview with Nathan
Snyder, August 20, 1988, in Intaglio Papers, University of Montana Archives,
Missoula, MT. 8. Iriteragency Grizzly Bear Committee, Grizzly Tracks ( Ogden,
Utah: 1986), pp. I-2; Victor H. Treat, interviews with Ralph Space, August 13,
1988, and Dan Davis, ...

The Groover S Last Stand

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He acts tough, but underneath that rough exterior is a teddy bear.” “Teddy bear?”
Sam took a seat at the table. “Or do you mean grizzly bear? Who is that guy?” “I
dated him once in high school. Always had a crush on me. Believe me, he's not
as tough as he thinks he is. He really is nice—when he's not drinking.” “
Apparently.” By now a few pseudo-tears were forming in Ellen's eyes. “Sam, I'm
so, so sorry for what I did. You have no idea how terrible I feel.” She tried to grab
a hold of ...

Wayfarers

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... with other large animals in open country. However, if encountered within their
lair, cave bears can be extremely territorial, and rarely hesitate to attack if
cornered. Cave bears primarily attack with their two massive claws. However, if
both claws hit, the cave bear will often draw the creature in for a bite. Abilities:
Unless reduced below -10 health points, cave bears may continue to fight as if
employing the Last Stand discipline. Physical description: Cave bears appear as
massive grizzly ...

Last Stand

Author: Todd Wilkinson
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He also was making major con- tributions to environmental organizations like the
Greater Yellowstone Coalition, groups devoted to keeping large public
landscapes intact. He even served on its board of directors. He remembers
getting word from his ranch hands of how grizzlies were returning to the Flying D.
They had been largely absent for half a century. Veteran wildlife biologist Chuck
Schwartz, who recently left his job as director of the Yellowstone Interagency
Grizzly Bear Study ...

The Last Stand Of The Pack

Author: Arthur Carhart
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Specifically, a relatively long snout reduces the force of jaw-closing muscles that
is extended at the canine tips during the bite.26 In addition, the joint where the
jaw connects to the skull does not allow the jaw to be locked or heavily stabilized
when biting prey.27 Wolves also lack retractile claws and supinating, muscular
forelimbs, which precludes them from grabbing prey as other large carnivores (
e.g., cougars and grizzly bears) do. Despite the difficulties and dangers of
hunting and ...

Chester S Last Stand

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By the time Chester struck out for Alistair's in the early morning darkness, Selkirk
had broken his private vow and promised, "I'll go see the lawyer tomorrow about
preparing those papers. You can count on that for Gospel now!" "If you'd asked
me that night," Chester said years afterward, "I'd have said I had it all in the bag. I
could have kissed a grizzly bear, I was dancing and capering about so. Mud nor
chill winds nor tiredness didn't matter to me then, no sir! Everything felt so right!

In Bear Country

Author: Jake Macdonald
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In the summer, shepherds drove their sheep up the grassy slopes of the High
Sierra, where the last populations of grizzly bears were holding out. Sheep, being
fat and stupid, were a tempting target for bears, and ... other forums celebrating
the indomitable spirit of the Golden State. As the grizzly was making its last stand
in California, the same war was being fought east of the Sierras, in the
grasslands and range country of Montana and Wyoming and Colorado and the
horrible bear 55.

The Last Stand

Author: Nathaniel Philbrick
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During the Yellowstone campaign, Custer had learned the art of taxidermy, and
the walls of his study contained the heads ofa buffalo, an antelope, a black-tailed
deer, and the grizzly bear he'd bagged in the Black Hills. At dusk Custer and
Libbie, who had long since resigned themselves to their childlessness, liked to
lounge within this crowded self-made world, with only the glowing embers of the
fire to illuminate the unblinking glass eyes of the animals Custer had killed and
stuffed.

Plundered Skulls And Stolen Spirits

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Michael R. Johnson—the final lawsuit in the Whale House battle in Klukwan—
which determined that “Under Tlingit law, all [clan] members have an interest in
clan property.”16 In 1994 the Denver Museum's newsletter published an
interview with Bob Pickering about repatriation.17 The piece was titled “Crane's
Last Stand?”—comparing the Cranes to a statue in the Denver Museum, “
Grizzly's Last Stand,” commemorating the killing of the last grizzly bear in
Colorado, a title that ...