Photogenic grizzly family making last show together. By Cory Hatch. Jackson Hole News and Guide. Grand Teton biologist says mother No. 399 is likely to send her cubs off on their own in a few weeks.

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Ralph Maughan

Dr. Ralph Maughan is professor emeritus of political science at Idaho State University with specialties in natural resource politics, public opinion, interest groups, political parties, voting and elections. Aside from academic publications, he is author or co-author of three hiking/backpacking guides, and he is past President of the Western Watersheds Project.

5 Responses to Photogenic Grand Teton NP grizzly family making last show together

  1. avatar montana600 says:

    So photogenic the paper couldn’t post a photo?

  2. I have subscribed to the Jackson Hole News and Guide (hard copy) in the past.

    From my experience I think there is probably a photo in the hard copy edition.

  3. avatar Carol Harkness says:

    The hard copy edition had two very nice photos of the bears. They only post one photo a day on the website home page, none with individual articles, and today the homepage photo dealt with a different article.

  4. avatar vicki says:

    I have photos of the three bambinos. They were fun to watch. I hope they don’t get into trouble without mom to watch them soon.

  5. avatar izabelam says:

    I have lots of pics of 399 and her cubs. I wateched them near Oxbow Bend. They alwasy created the biggest bear jam. I saw them 1st year and last year with mom..knowing it is the last winter together.
    I hope they will be good bears!!!
    But..when I look at their of them was really not good looking bear..:) kind of loosing hear…but he was so funny and cute tumbling in the grass…I wish I knew how to post a little pic hre.



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