查尔斯 “卡尔” Mock, 40, who lived in the park gateway community of West Yellowstone, 星期六去世, two days after he was attacked while fishing alone in a forested area along the Madison River several miles north of West Yellowstone, Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Christine Koosman said.
The male bear was later shot and killed when it charged wildlife workers investigating the attack.
The moose carcass was found about 50 码 (45 米) from the site of the attack, said Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks spokesperson Morgan Jacobsen.
Mock, who suffered significant scalp and facial wounds, managed to call 911 after the attack and was found after searchers looked for him for about 50 分钟.
He was transported by toboggan and snowmobile to an ambulance before being taken to a hospital in the small city of Idaho Falls, where he died, according to the sheriff’s office.
Mock was a guide at Backcountry Adventures, which provides snowmobile rentals and tours in Yellowstone National Park and surrounding areas of national forest, according to the company’s Facebook page.