GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK – A US District Court Judge in Missoula last week put a stop to the start of Wyoming’s grizzly hunt that was supposed to kick off this weekend.
Judge Dana Christensen granted a two-week temporary restraining order, giving Native American tribes and environmental groups more time to make their case.
Some hunters have been waiting decades for this opportunity, but others find that hunting bears is cruel and pointless. CBS’s Stan Bush takes a look at both sides of the controversial debate on an open grizzly hunting season.
Watch the two part series below.