A federal judge returned the Yellowstone grizzly bear to the endangered species list ending state management of the species and cancelling a planned Wyoming hunting season.
State rejects plea that was based on late discovery of female bear killed in 2017.
Conservationists say a female bear that died in 2017 wasn’t counted when Wyoming set its hunting season and a key part of a scheduled hunt should be stopped.
Park Superintendent Dan Wenk loses skirmish with Trump administration and is told to decide by Aug. 2 to accept transfer, resign or face firing.
As Wyoming grapples with the idea of hunting grizzly bears, a painting by George Catlin from 1833 raises questions about who attacked whom.