Adam Thomas Stewart, 31, of Virgin, Utah, was killed by a bear in the Bridger-Teton National Forest of northwest Wyoming at some point between September 4, 2014, when he was last heard from, and September 8, when he failed to return from a research expedition. His remains were discovered next to two deer carcasses. The bear, while not positively identified, was believed to have been a grizzly. “Stewart had been working for Idaho-based Nature’s Capital doing research on vegetation for the U.S. Forest Service,” reported Brett Prettyman for the Salt Lake Tribune.
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