A wildlife photographer won a permit to shoot grizzlies. Here’s what he’s doing with it.

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A grizzly bear known as 399 wanders with her cubs near Pilgrim Creek in Grand Teton National Park. One year after their removal from the endangered species list, grizzlies will be hunted in Wyoming for the first time in 44 years. (Courtesy of Thomas D. Mangelsen)
August 1 at 2:34 PM

The largest grizzly hunt in the Lower 48 in more than 40 years is set to open next month in Wyoming, and more than 7,000 people applied for a chance to kill one of up to 22 bears. Among the tiny number of people who won the draw for permits is a wildlife photographer who has produced some of the most famous images of the area’s grizzlies.

Thomas D. Mangelsen, who has lived near Grand Teton National Park for four decades, said in an interview this week that he…

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