Grizzly Researchers To Use Mvsevm Materials

Good to hear that all the natural history in the Mvsevm has not gone extinct like the bears.

The Mvsevm

a new project from the California Grizzly Research Network (www.calgrizzly.com), a group of researchers from UC Santa Barbara and the La Brea Tar Pits/Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, seeks to trace the state’s history and biological legacy using tiny fragments of grizzly bear bone.

Four skulls and skull fragments from the Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History will provide valuable insight into historical grizzly bear diets, and may someday help connect California’s past with its future.

Grizzly Researchers To Use Mvsevm Materials

Bears Vacationing In P.G.

Careful, Yogi. Carmel shoots them out of trees.

The black bear was caught in Monterey Sunday morning by California Department of Fish and Wildlife officers. Officers used tranquilizer guns, and the bear was not injured.

Shortly after, wildlife officials released the male bear back into the wild, deep in Los Padres National Forest.

Don Kelly of the Dept. of Fish and Wildlife said the bear most likely wandered into residential areas looking for food.

Bears Vacationing In P.G.