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NRDC Wildlife Resource Advocate Louisa Willcox is giving her name and title. Willcox says in spite of losing the white bark pine system, bears will find something else to eat. However, she says there is no alternative high fat food source to help sows produce cubs, and no other high altitude source of food to keep bears out of harms way in the fall when they come down near people. She says humans need to find systems to keep from habituating grizzlies. She says we need a commitment on garbage management, and she says grizzly bears are going to need a larger area. She says this is why the NRDC has sued against delisting. She points out we're talking about the last one percent of bears still living in the lower 48 states. She says we have to get it right. She says this is the last stand of the grizzly bear.

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