Tourists Are Stupid In Yellowstone Park In The Winter, Too

We think because it's winter, we'll get a well-deserved respite from the idiots in our Montana national parks. Think again.

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A Tourist Was 20 Yards From A Grizzly In Yellowstone National Park

This happened just last week.  On March 14, 2024, Advnture ran a story of a tourist in Yellowstone Park.

The story from Advnture, backed by Instagram Tourons of Yellowstone, is that a man was stopped by a Ranger in the park when he decided he wanted to get close to an adult grizzly bear.  While I couldn't find pictures of his tourist face, I did find this post on Instagram:

Numerous People Yelled At The Man To Stop

In Montana, Be Bear Aware

Sure seems early for this but here we go from Advnture, people DO die from Grizzly Bear attacks, and they happen more than you think. There are punishments in place for not following the rules.

  • Last year a woman was killed in Yellowstone from a bear attack
  • 2 experienced hikers that practiced wildlife safety were attacked and killed by a Grizzly in Banff national park
  • Man attacked by Grizzly near Big Sky, loses lower jaw
  • 2021: a woman was fined and put in jail for 4 days after getting too close to a mother Grizzly and her cubs in Yellowstone.  She was also banned from the park for a year
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Grizzly Bear Attacks and Kills Young Bison, Yellowstone National Park

Grizzly Bear Attacks and Kills Young Bison, Yellowstone National Park

Gallery Credit: Tammie Toren

Intimate Look at Idaho Grizzly Bear Den

It isn't every day that you get to see such a marvel in nature--here in Idaho we're surrounded by it, but sometimes we just don't know what to look for!

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game recently shared some photos of their discovery in the wild and it's so amazing to see!

Gallery Credit: Credit: Mateo, 103.5 KISS FM

6 Easy Ways to Keep Hungry Bears Out Of Your Yard

There's no sure way to keep the newly awakened bears out of your yard, but there are a few things you can do that will help prevent attracting them.

Gallery Credit: Cindy Campbell

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