The International Human-Bear Conflicts Workshop

RFVBC IS A PROUD 2022 SPONSOR & EXHIBITOR — The Roaring Fork Valley Bear Coalition will have an exhibitor table to share our experiences and successes via our grassroots bear protection efforts in the Roaring Fork Valley.

Letter to the Editor – September 7, 2022

Editor: When newspapers write about bears getting into another house or residence, we don’t always know the whole story. Sadly, many homeowners and visitors are fascinated with seeing bears so close and they mistakenly think the bears are domesticated in some way.

Living with Bears – Brochures by CPW

Living with Bears: A Practical Guide to Bea​r Country Colorado is fortunate to have Linda Masterson, author of Living with Bears: A Practical Guide to Bear Country as one of our Bear Aware team volunteers. Please visit site​ for more information about this book and how to live responsibly in bear country. Living with Bears […]

Bear Poster

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PSSWF helps bear cubs hibernate

It’s the time of year again when bears are supposed to go into hibernation. Sometimes the long journey back to what should come naturally for them starts in Silt, at the Pauline S. Schneegas Wildlife Foundation (PSSWF).

Draft plan considers doubling annual bear deaths

In response to the rising incidence of local human-bear conflicts, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) is pursuing an updated management plan for populations in the Roaring Fork and Eagle River valleys. The public has until Nov. 10 to weigh in on two proposed alternatives.