Grizzly bear mauls Montana hunter in Custer Gallatin National Forest

Grizzly Bear Encounter in Montana Prompts Temporary Forest Closure

In a dramatic encounter in Montana, a grizzly bear attacked a hunter on a Friday afternoon, leading to the temporary closure of a section of the Custer Gallatin National Forest. Here’s what happened:

The Encounter

A hunter and their group were in pursuit of a deer near the Yellow Mule Trail, just outside Big Sky, a popular resort area about 55 miles north of Yellowstone National Park. Suddenly, they came face to face with a grizzly bear at around 1:45 p.m. on that fateful Friday.

Bear’s Response

In a bid to protect themselves, the hunting party fired at the bear, likely injuring it during the confrontation. The U.S. Forest Service reported this.

Hunter’s Rescue

Swift action was taken as multiple crews rushed to the remote area where the hunter was mauled. They were then airlifted to Bozeman Health Deaconess Regional Medical Center for further assessment. As of now, we have no information about the extent of the hunter’s injuries or their current condition.

Trail Closures

In response to this incident, the U.S. Forest Service has declared an emergency closure of the Yellow Mule Trails and restricted access to Buck Ridge Trail until further notice.

Safety Reminder

This incident serves as a stark reminder that when venturing into the wilderness, having a contingency plan and the means to call for help are crucial.

Growing Bear Population

Montana’s Department of Fish and Game warned that encounters between grizzly bears and humans are becoming more likely as the bear population continues to expand across the state.

Previous Incidents

Just last week, authorities had to euthanize a grizzly bear and its cub after they broke into an unoccupied house near West Yellowstone to nab a container of dog food. Genetic analysis later confirmed the bear’s involvement in a fatal mauling of a hiker, Amie Adamson, near Yellowstone in July. This bear had also injured someone near Henrys Lake State Park in 2020.

In conclusion, the increasing interactions between humans and grizzly bears in Montana’s wilds underscore the importance of safety precautions and vigilance when exploring this stunning but untamed terrain.

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