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Bear 148 moved from Bow Valley to remote area north of Jasper - CBC.ca

Bear 148 has been removed from the Bow Valley, transported by helicopter to the remote Kakwa Wildland Provincial Park north of Jasper. The troublesome, collared bruin — which has had a number of high profile run-ins with hikers in recent months — was ...and more »

Alberta moves problem grizzly bear from outside Banff area to remote park - News1130

Bear 148, seen in an undated handout photo, is a grizzly in the Banff area whose repeated human contacts are threatening its future. A feisty female grizzly known as Bear 148 has been moved far away from the popular Bow Valley area west of Calgary to ...and more »

Bear 148 trapped yet again in Canmore, transferred to near BC border - Calgary Herald

Bear No. 148, a young female grizzly bear in Banff National Park. Leah Hennel / Calgary Herald archives. Share Adjust Comment Print. Bear 148 was moved to a remote area near the B.C. border over the weekend after a series of close encounters with ...and more »

Bear 148 moved 500 km north of Canmore after week of 'daily' human encounters - Globalnews.ca

Bear 148 has been trapped and relocated away from the Canmore area yet again, officials said July 31, 2017. Alex Taylor/Parks Canada. X. - A A +. Listen · Bear 148 has been “trans-located” 500 kilometres northwest of her home after a week of daily ...and more »

Bear 148 relocated north of Jasper - The Crag and Canyon

Bear 148, seen here in an undated handout photo, is a grizzly in the Banff area whose repeated human contacts are threatening its future. Parks Canada officials say the bear is doing its best to live and let live and are pleading with people in the ...and more »

Banff's Bear 148 moved to remote park - CTV News

BANFF, Alta. - A feisty female grizzly that came too close to people too often has been moved far away from her stomping grounds in Banff National Park and the Canmore area to protect public safety. Paul Frame, a provincial carnivore export, said Bear ...and more »