Wow! What a story. This caught my eye. “If we hope to slow and reverse the grizzly’s slide into extinction, change is essential in our cultural tradition of domination, hatred, and apathy.”
Speaking of being trapped, my daughter and I ran into a Grizzly Bear trapping operation on one of our day hikes on our canoe trip.Very interesting article @scatman - thank you for sharing. It's a traumatic event, inspiring to read how he coped with it.
I didn't know that Grizzly bears are trapped, drugged up and tagged so often. There is a saying: "treat others the way you want to be treated".
That's in essence what he says at the end.
An excellent read. Thanks for posting. I will have to get the book for some bedtime reading!
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