Bear facts of spring: food, conflict with humans

Bears coming out of hibernation are trying to survive, whether on food in the wild or human or pet food discarded or left lying about, wildlife officials say.



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Bears coming out of hibernation are trying to survive, whether on food in the wild or human or pet food discarded or left lying about, wildlife officials say.

With Colorado’s bears rousing from their winter slumber, the Colorado Division of Wildlife wants to reawaken residents to the fact that humans’ food can lead to conflicts with the…




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