Tucked away in an isolated mountain community is a sanctuary for endangered tundra bears.
The bears are among thousands of endangered animals who live in the tiny, wooded territory called Vetsa, located on the northern border of the state.
The area has been a breeding ground for the tundras for generations, and they have been breeding for decades, according to wildlife experts.
But the bear population in the area is in its peak, according the Vetsas Wildlife Society.
Since 2003, more than 200 bears have been killed in the park, according research published in the journal PLOS ONE.
In 2017, a tundriscaught and killed two bears and wounded another.
It is not clear why they were targeted, but the area has had a population of about 150 bears since the mid-1930s, according Vetsans, who say the population is not safe.
The bear population is currently estimated at about 50,000 bears, with a projected population of 5,000 in 2035, according.
In the past year, hunters have killed a bear in the middle of the night and shot and killed another in the parking lot of a local gas station.
There have also been incidents where people have been injured by bears in the woods.
The park’s bear population has declined by 70 percent in the past 25 years, according Tansana Wildlife Society, which is part of the Vettsa Conservation and Management District.
The local community is trying to make a difference with a variety of efforts, including setting up a bear-safe zone around the area and holding events to educate tourists about bear habitat.
Tansana officials say that they are also trying to teach people about bear behavior and that bears are not the only wildlife threatened by hunting.
They are working to expand their bear management efforts to include managing deer, elk and moose, and the group also plans to add an eagle sanctuary to the park.
The group also works to teach visitors about the history of the area, which dates back to the 1700s when the Vetas First Nation was settled in the region.
Tiansana has partnered with the Tansa Tribe, which owns the land, to protect the habitat.
They’ve set up a website, Vetsan.org, that shows how to visit Vetsamare and how to help protect the area.