Buck Mountain Aerial

Aerial view of the east face of Buck Mountain, 11,938 ft.  Static Peak, 11,303 ft., is at the left, though from this angle it only looks like a dwarfed subpeak of Buck.

— in 1975, when grizzlies in the yellowstone area dipped to fewer than 140 individuals, ursus arctos horribilis was hastily given federal protection by a still-young federal law called the endangered species act.

read article : yellowstone’s grizzly bears should not be hunted

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