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Wyoming grizzly bear relocated after eating cows

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP)--An adult grizzly bear has been trapped and relocated in northwest Wyoming after killing cattle on private land near Cody.

The 5-year-old female was relocated June 24 to the Bridger-Teton National Forest within currently occupied grizzly bear habitat.

Wyoming Game and Fish Department officials say they take into consideration the age, sex and type of conflict the bear was involved in when they make a decision about where to relocate a bear.

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