Grizzly attacks antler hunter in western Wyoming
A grizzly bear attacked a man looking for antlers in western Wyoming. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says the unidentified man was taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after Saturday’s attack in a remote area east of Dubois.
The bear was killed in the encounter. The department did not provide details about how the bear died. The Casper Star-Tribune reports the attack happened when the man accidentally surprised a female grizzly with a yearling cub.
Grizzlies have attacked at least three others in the western U.S. this spring. They include a boater near Montana's Sun River on Sunday.