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MT: Elk hunter attacked by grizzly bear

September 19, 2012

From KTVQ.com

An elk hunter was attacked by a grizzly bear while cow calling in the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest.
 
On Friday, Sept. 14, a man and wife were archery hunting off Indian Creek Trail in the Madison Range when the man began cow calling. He heard rustling in the brush about 15 yards away and saw a female grizzly staring at him, according to a news release from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. The bear jumped on the man and bit him in the arm and head before backing off and running away. The man did not suffer life threatening injuries.

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