JACKSON HOLE, WYO \u2013 Wyoming Game and Fish relocated a problem grizzly bear on Wednesday, May 10.\r\n\r\nThe sub-adult had been frequenting developed areas on provate lands on the South Fork of the Shoshone River west of Cody. In cooperation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Bridger-Teton National Forest, the\u00a0bear\u00a0was\u00a0relocated\u00a0to the Blackrock Creek drainage approximately 12 miles east of Moran.\r\n\r\nGrizzly\u00a0bear\u00a0relocation\u00a0is a management tool afforded\u00a0bear management personnel to minimize conflicts between humans and grizzlies. The decision to\u00a0relocate\u00a0and the selection of a\u00a0relocation site is made taking into consideration the age, sex, and type of conflict the\u00a0bear\u00a0was involved in.\r\n\r\nSince\u00a0grizzly\u00a0bears\u00a0are listed as \u201cThreatened\u201d under the Endangered Species Act, consultation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the appropriate land management agency is also made to minimize the chance of future conflicts and maximize the survival potential of the\u00a0relocated grizzlies.\u00a0 Bears\u00a0are\u00a0relocated\u00a0in accordance with federal law and regulation. When selecting a\u00a0relocation\u00a0site, the department makes every consideration to minimize potential conflicts with livestock and people.