“The single most effective way to reduce conflicts with bears is to require people to secure their trash,” said Frank McGee, the Colorado Springs Area Wildlife Manager for CPW.
Cranbeary leaves Tuesday for new digs in Alaska. She and Lee were together for seven years and were unable to produce a cub.
The grizzly hunts would have been the first in U.S. outside Alaska since 1991.
Wild Earth Guardians alleges the the state's plan violates the Colorado constitution.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds that bears are naturally scared of people, but sometimes they need to be reminded why.
- A bed and breakfast owner armed with just a length of rope helped save a black bear.Read more
- Colorado Parks and Wildlife said Thursday about 60 percent of the bears with tracking collars have left their dens.Read more
- The plan could prevent conflicts between bears and humans, which have increased in recent years.Read more