091717lsBear
Photo by Staff

This bear was trapped, tagged and relocated somewhere on Grand Mesa by Colorado Parks and Wildlife earlier this summer. The bear had become a “‘nuisance bear,’” roaming and finding food in Grand Junction city limits,” according to Mike Porras with Colorado Parks and Wildlife.  COLORADO PARKS AND WILDLIFE/Special to the Sentinel

Keen on bears

Junction teen's bruin encounter sheds light on uneasy coexistence

It would have been hard to miss the news about Dylan McWilliams this past July.
The 19-year-old Grand Junction native woke up to find his head in the mouth of a black bear while sleeping outside at a summer camp in the foothills above Boulder.



    Keen on bears

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