Montana wildlife officials have relocated two grizzlies to get them away from residential homes and livestock. Federal Wildlife Services spokeswoman Vivica Crowser says one of the grizzlie bears was captured near Ovando on April 25. The animal was relocated in the Glacier National Park.

Crowser said that their agents were searching for a bear suspected of killing cattle. They got a grizzly but it was the wrong grizzly. As a precaution.they decided to relocate the grizzly anyway.

The second grizzly was captured near McGregor on April 28. The bear was suspected of raiding bird feeders and garbage in residential areas.



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