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Grizzly bear reintroduction considered in North Cascades National Park

Process begins for environmental impact statement, opportunities for public input

Jagged peaks of the North Cascades rise into the clouds. The National Park Service is evaluating once again how grizzly bears could be reintroduced to North Cascades National Park.
Jagged peaks of the North Cascades rise into the clouds. The National Park Service is evaluating once again how grizzly bears could be reintroduced to North Cascades National Park.
By Olivia Hobson News Intern
North Cascades National Park has renewed efforts to evaluate how grizzly bears could be reintroduced
Cascadia Daily News
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