The deal puts no limits on grizzly bear hunting outside a 19,300-square-mile management zone centered on Yellowstone National Park.
Excellent info Randy.
Does anyone have any input on this line from the referenced article:
Does that mean that outside the management zone bears will basically be managed the same way coyotes are? If so, that will be a tough sell to the public.
Thanks sbhooper. I think it would be quite the statement of successful conservation to be able to hunt griz once again. What does that mean for Crown of the Continent Griz? Would they be part of the population that is considered "outside the zone". Do they have their own zone?