Sometime earlier this week a grizzly bear in Alaska's Katmai National Part attacked, killed, and ate (or cached for future eating) a nationally known bear "expert" and his girlfriend.
I posted links to two stories by Anchorage Daily News reporter Craig Medred, here: "Alaska grizzly bear attack". Those stories described the almost unbelievably foolhardy behavior of the party.
An Alaska Department of Fish and Game bear biologist has investigated the scene and filed his report on what happened. The Anchorage Daily News carries Medred's story on that report today, here: "Biologist believes errors led to attack". The biologist's report describes almost unbelievable behavior - pitching camp right next to a bear trail, approaching to within 10 feet of a sow with cubs.