MESA — Arizona wildlife managers said they believe the black bear that was spotted twice this week in a Phoenix suburb but eluded capture finally has been caught.
Land-use agreements will protect vital wildlife corridors from development.
Petition cites 110,000 square miles of potential bear habitat in four Western states.
A bear and her two cubs found in trees on Fort Huachuca were safely removed and relocated by Arizona Game and Fish Department officers last week, the agency said.
A female bear and two cubs found in trees on Fort Huachuca were safely removed and relocated by Arizona Game and Fish Department officers last week.
I lived in the desert five decades before I saw my first rattlesnake not behind glass — one up close and all too personal.
Black bears became active earlier than usual in Southeastern Arizona this year, and some of the big critters are posing problems for people, state wildlife officials say.
From tiger cubs taking a swim test at the National Zoo to a beagle that can sniff out pregnant bears, these animals are in the news.
Putting a Halloween pumpkin on your porch could lead to a real-life scare: an unwanted visit by predators or other wildlife.
WEST GLACIER — Glacier National Park officials have closed a campground on the east side of the park due to increased bear activity.
More cheerleaders trying to rouse the crowd for preseason games.
Two brown bears fish for salmon at Brooks Falls at Katmai National Park and Preserve. Bear-viewing stands have been built at Brooks Falls and two other locations.
It looks like there's danger in the air for this fisherman at Katmai National Park and Preserve, but there have been only two minor mishaps between bears and people in the last 63 years.
KATMAI NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE, Alaska - Kim Spanjol has seen gorillas in Congo and orangutans in Borneo.
Wonderlands of natural beauty and adventure await in the mountains and deserts around Tucson - but so do potential dangers.
This bear was removed from Sierra Vista in September, when bear-human encounters were a problem there.
Chalk one up for the bears - at least for the time being.
This bear was removed from Sierra Vista earlier this month. The animals, which can weigh up to 400 pounds, are hungry and looking for food in the city.
Bears lost so much vital habitat to forest fires in the Huachuca Mountains that some of them now forage for food in nearby Sierra Vista - prompting a hunt to thin their numbers and protect people.