A sub-adult male grizzly bear was captured Monday just outside of Conrad and north of the golf course.
According to the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks, hazing efforts failed to push the bear away from town and so the grizzly had to be darted.
FWP stated that the bear was terrified of people, but tried to escape the wrong way towards town.
The grizzly has no history of conflict and will be relocated.
Grizzlies have made their presence known across the Rocky Mountain Front and on the prairies in the past few years.
Just over the weekend, Laticia Aimsback recorded a large grizzly along Highway 89 between Browning and Dupuyer.
In April, Brad Hodgskiss shared a video of seven grizzly bears in an open-prairie grassland southwest of Choteau.
And last July, two grizzlies were captured west of Stanford after killing several calves that belonged to the Surprise Creek Hutterite Colony.
For more tips and resources about encountering a grizzly or recreating in bear country, visit FWP’s website.
The Montana FWP Prairie Bear Monitor Facebook page also provides updates and information about grizzlies across the region.