Montana FWP gave a nuisance grizzly the North Fork treatment a few days ago, dropping it off somewhere up the Whale Creek drainage where, hopefully, it will stay out of trouble . . .
Wildlife officials relocated a young female grizzly bear near Whale Creek in the North Fork after the animal rummaged through food in an open vehicle, according to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
FWP Grizzly Bear Management Specialist Tim Manley captured the grizzly near Spotted Bear after it had gotten into food attractants. The bear was originally captured several years ago as a cub along with an adult female and a sibling near Coram after they were eating apples, according to FWP.