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By JOSEPH BULLINGTON
Livingston Enterprise 

Montana ranchers share the landscape with grizzlies

 


LIVINGSTON, Mont. (AP) — When Malou Anderson-Ramirez, 37, was a child, her family rarely saw grizzly bears around their ranch, the Anderson Ranch, in the upper Tom Miner Basin.

These days, caravans of tourists truck daily up the basin's dirt roads because, at certain times of year, the place offers the closest thing there is to a guarantee of seeing a Yellowstone grizzly in the wild. Probably you'll see a few.

"We've been up here a long time and we've seen things change," said Anderson-Ramirez, who is the third generation of her family to ranch in the basin. Two years ago, her 92-year-old...



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