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Grizzly Bears / Preservation #322107

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 07, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Glacier National Park in Montana reported shooting black bear after it uncharacteristically attacked hikers. Report introduced. (Chouteau, MT: Bob McNamara) Perkins sheep ranch in Montana featured. [MT fish, wildlife and parks spokesperson Mike MADEL - comments on grizzly bears.] [Rancher Ira PERKINS - says bears killed lambs.] Debate noted raging between those who want to protect bears and those who don't. [Rancher Bill GOSS - says should be able to kill bear that attacks property.] Bears noted moving closer to residential areas. [PERKINS - comments on situation.] [The Nature Conservancy spokesperson Dave McALLISTER - comments on situation.] No. of bears roaming area given. [MADEL - says grizzly population recovering.] Situation expected to intensify between ranchers and conservationists this summer.

McNamara, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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