(AUGUSTA)- Agents with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks have trapped and relocated a bear that killed a calf near Augusta, moving the bear a few dozen miles away.
KRTV reports the adult female grizzly was trapped on a map southwest of Augusta and was in very poor condition. Biologists believe she'd had a litter recently, but was no on her own. They aren't sure why she killed the calf.
Because it's the first time the bear had caused problems, FWP decided to just move her about 45-miles away to the Blackfeet Wildlife management area.