As far as who-would-win fights go, a scrap between a big-ass grizzly bear and a pack of wolves rates right up there at the top. Except we know the answer to this one. Bears and wolves generally don’t mess with each other unless food forces their circles to overlap. A freshly killed elk can be the difference between life and» Read more
6 Percent of Americans Think They Could Beat A Grizzly Bear in Hand-to-Hand Combat. They’re (Dead) Wrong.
I’ll admit, after a beer or two, my perception of my own strength and toughness can get a bit inflated. But I can recall no time in my life when I’ve ever considered myself more than a would-be morsel to a 600-pound fur-covered battering ram with claws and teeth, otherwise known as a grizzly bear. Turns out, though, at least» Read more
If you stumbled upon a dead grizzly, would you chop off its head and paws? Someone did just that, and state and federal authorities are trying to determine who. In June, a 25-year-old male grizzly bear dubbed No. 394 was found dead along the gravel bar in the Yellowstone River north of Gardiner, Montana. The bear was known to local» Read more
We saw him the first night. Kurtis sat with his bow. The bear stood motionless in the alders. Quarters like tree stumps anchored him to this steep side of the mountain. His rough coat cut a saw-blade silhouette in the dying light. He had no neck and stubs where ears should be. He looked up the mountain, then down at» Read more
Photo by the author. Almost every European hunter has at least one trophy of roe deer hanging on the wall. As a hunting agent and professional hunter, I spend most of the year with clients abroad, so my trophy collection is mostly made up of African, Asian and American game species. But I am always glad when I manage to» Read more