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Washington Bear Population Could Grow by 200 Grizzlies

Newsmax Friday, 13 January 2017
Washington's bear population could grow if federal officials move ahead with plans to restore grizzly bears to the North Cascades National Park.
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News video: Officials Look to Restore Grizzly Population in Northwest

Officials Look to Restore Grizzly Population in Northwest 00:41

A draft has been released with plans to restore the grizzly bear population in Washington. Grizzlies have been listed as endangered by the state since 1980. Officials Plan to transport the bears to over 9,800 square miles surrounding the North Cascades National Park. The plan comes as officials...

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