Living with Bears: A Practical Guide to Bear 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 […]
Irresponsible behavior endangers not just bears — the safety of humans is a factor too. While it is well known in the Roaring Fork Valley that we provide FREE trash can straps, we thought we would cover other bear proofing methods and bear safety measures here.
While the black bears of Aspen are hunting for berries, garbage and even piles of corn in local neighborhoods, the brown bears of Katmai National Park in King Salmon, Alaska, are stuffing themselves with salmon, as if preparing for the annual Fat Bear Week Contest.
After attending the most recent public meeting about bears in our community, we hope that there are three resolves that community members and visitors to our community will be willing to make:
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.
A New Castle woman taking out her dog in her backyard was attacked by a black bear early Wednesday morning, a town administrator confirmed.