A grizzly bear has been euthanized over the long weekend near Lincoln after reports that the bear had a history of breaking into structures and searching for food this past month. The male grizzly was about 240 lbs and was captured a couple weeks ago near Boulder after he kept snooping around a private residence and causing damage. FWP relocated the bear remotely in the upper Blackfoot Valley, but despite the efforts, the bear found it’s way back to society for it’s source of food. MT FWP made the decision to remove the bear because of it’s reoccurring break in’s and disturbances while trying to find human sources of food.
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