Bear study a divide in Eagles Nest
Ending Rogers’ research may not eliminate concerns over habituated bears
Marshall Helmberger
EAGLES NEST—While black bear researcher Lynn Rogers and the Department of Natural Resources battle in the courts over the future of Rogers’ research, residents in Eagles Nest Township are engaged … More »
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Sounds like Rogers is trying to sell the feeding thing forever,also like the bear are on drugs and addicted to artificial feeding. Well it is time to cut them off now.

Yes even Yellowstone park in the 50's artificially feed the Grizzly by having a open dump,they closed it.

Glacier had a open dump with food also and it led to the indirect death of a couple of campers while they were sleeping,they got mauled by a Grizzly.

How tame is to tame. You can make the bear more addicted or make them behave as a wild bear should. If one of Rogers bear attcks someone who is going to foot the bill?

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