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Bear kills bear in Banff park

Bear kills bear in Banff park

It’s the grizzliest killing in Banff National Park in recent times.

Banff bear activity prompts warning

All areas surrounding the busy Banff townsite are either under closure or warning because of intense grizzly bear activity.
Grizzly bear dead in ‘unfortunate accident’

Grizzly bear dead in ‘unfortunate accident’

BANFF – An adult male grizzly bear is dead after being hit by a semi-trailer earlier this week in Banff National Park – the first time a grizzly bear has died at the hands of humans in Canada’s premier national park in five years.
Grizzly bear out and about in Banff

Grizzly bear out and about in Banff

“They’re roughly the same size. They’re big guys. Unless you get a really good look at their face, it’s hard to tell them apart.”
Notorious Banff grizzly Split Lip kills bear cub

Notorious Banff grizzly Split Lip kills bear cub

“Bear 136 killed one of the cubs of 142… this is a natural occurrence in the wild,” said Jon Stuart-Smith, a Parks Canada human-wildlife coexistence specialist for Lake Louise, Yoho and Kootenay national parks.
Grizzly bear 143's cubs presumed dead

Grizzly bear 143's cubs presumed dead

Bear 143 emerged from her den this spring with two cubs. One cub was presumed to have died prior to her being struck and killed on the railway tracks in Banff National Park last Thursday (Sept. 3). The other was last seen mid-August and has not been found after her death.
Who's the boss? Grizzly bear 122 continues to dominate the Bow Valley

Who's the boss? Grizzly bear 122 continues to dominate the Bow Valley

“He’s getting up there in age. Male grizzlies can range in age from 20 to 30 years of age. It may be a little bit less, but rarely is it longer than that.” 

Bear Aware

Fish and Wildlife officers with rifles and telemetry gear search for bear 148 under the powerline near Peaks of Grassi in Canmore, Monday (July 3). The bear was trapped later that night and has been moved to Banff National Park.

Downtown bear

A two-year-old male black bear stares down from a tree in downtown Canmore, Saturday (Sept. 3). Seen here near 7th Ave. and 2nd St., the bruin had been spotted wandering throughout the neighbourhood, and was eventually tranquilized and removed.
Black bear relocated

Black bear relocated

A food-conditioned black bear that had been making the rounds in Canmore, Harvie Heights and Dead Man’s Flats in search of human food and garbage has been relocated out of the area.