September 18, 2020

Two Hunters Claim To Have Seen Grizzly Bears In Colorado

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Two unnamed hunters claim to have watched three grizzly bears, a female and two cubs, from about 80-yards away. They watched them through binoculars and a spotting scope. This alleged sighting took place near Independence Pass in the San Isabel National Forest.

Wildlife officials are skeptical but opted to post signed warning people in that area that there is a possibility.

The two hunters, who claim to have experience with black bears and grizzly bears, say that after the bears left that area, they were unable to find any tracks or scat.

More on this at the GJ Sentinel.

Tom Remington

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