Montana hunters fire at charging grizzly bear, but apparently miss
Montana reported numerous recent grizzly bear occurrences on Tuesday, including two hunters who shot several pistol rounds at a rushing bear in self-defense.
Hunters on a Madison Range path heard bushes splitting and saw a huge bear emerge.
Hazing just emboldened the bears.
Trapped and transferred to a Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission-approved location, they were public safety hazards.
The agency advised locals to safeguard themselves and animals.
Bear-human disputes generally include fruit trees, bird feeds, and waste.
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