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It’s time to get reacquainted with hiking in grizzly country

Officials moving forward with plan to relocate grizzly bears to North Cascades

A grizzly bear mom watches over her playful cub who is rolling around in the grass.
A grizzly bear sow watches over her playful cub. Wildlife biologists hope a thriving grizzly population can return to the North Cascades, but it could take 100 years to establish it. (Photo courtesy of National Park Service/K. Miller)
By Elliott Almond CDN Contributor
I accidentally encountered a grizzly bear six decades ago. It happened while exploring an inviting r

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