Yellowstone Grizzlies are already seeing bad beginings this year.
— Wyoming wildlife officials say they have relocated a young grizzly bear that had developed an affinity for pet and livestock feed.
Game and Fish spokesman Dennie Hammer told the Billings Gazette on Monday the sub-adult male bear was trapped north of Jackson, Wyo., on Saturday and has been relocated about 6 miles outside the east entrance of Yellowstone National Park.
The 250-pound grizzly was seen frequenting residential areas in the Buffalo Valley north of Jackson.
Game and Fish officials relocate an average of about 20 bears a year