Wyoming officials kill 2 grizzly bears who mauled hunter to death

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Sept. 17 (UPI) — Two grizzly bears in Wyoming were euthanized after they allegedly mauled a hunting guide to death, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department announced on Sunday.

The WGFD said the grizzlies — a mother and a cub — mauled hunting guide Mark Uptain on Friday in the state’s Terrace Mountain area. Uptain was with a client, Corey Chubon of Florida, who was injured but  able to escape the grizzly encounter.

Planned Grazing: A Study Guide and Reference ManualChubon, who was airlifted out of the area with chest and arm injuries, told authorities he wasn’t able to fire a handgun he had in his possession but tossed it to Uptain before he escaped, the Jackson Hole Daily reported.

Officials said the two men were attacked while they were field dressing an elk they shot the day before but weren’t able to locate until Friday.

The WGFD then set traps for the bears near the elk carcass and were able to kill them on Sunday.

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Uptain’s death came less than two weeks after a federal judge put a temporary block on the opening of grizzly hunting season in Wyoming and Idaho, which had been scheduled to begin just days before this attack.

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“He was doing one of activities he had extreme passion for,” a friend wrote on a GoFundMe page created for Uptain’s family. “An experienced hunting guide in the backcountry of Wyoming.”



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2 Responses to Wyoming officials kill 2 grizzly bears who mauled hunter to death

  1. Brian in Chile says:

    “They fit the description”!!! Pointy ears, short snouts, furry bodies, short tails. A sad case of species profiling if I ever saw one. Shame on them. Some where up in the Terrace Mountains a couple of Grisslies are yucking it up over have pinned this caper on their unsuspecting neighbors.


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