There was a guy, Charlie Vandergaw who fed bears and made a bunch of friends. He would put electric fence around his planes for protection, but had no need for anything else.
Vandergaw, a former bear hunter, has confessed to having close calls with bears
Years back I could take a grizz once every four years and had to have a tag. Then came one bear every year, no tag required. In recent years, grizzly can now be taken over bait. Populations seem to be doing ok, in my backyard.
The article takes the anti side of the debate, while others are working through, the multi years long process seeking approval. If allowed to proceed or not, will depend on the plans, science and studies. Plenty of public input also. A new green deal is gonna need a lot of copper and Pebble has it.
We traveled two days to get to camp. The start of a 14 day hunt. The first evening, a mile from camp, we called or rather sang moose songs. Wind was blowing, trees and brush swaying. We watched the sky turn evening pink and orange, while snacking on pistachios nuts. A bull appeared! We watched...
My first time trying this.
Quick blend in a magic bullet:
water, chipolte peppers w/ adobo sauce.
Toss in instapot with oninos and bay leaf.
Pressure cooked 50 min, checked and gave it 15 more.
Diced up for lengua tacos!
The lights went down and the twang of a guitar started to rise. Spotlight found Ted standing on top of stacked amplifiers, wearing knee high boots with feather fringe. Not much else.
Tarzan like he swung across the stage and dropped on center. The show was on!
Ears are tricky. Moose radar. They can be straight up. Flat out. Moose can rotate each ear independently. Ears move a lot. They hear very well. See not so good. Ears, I do not trust to determine antler width.