Keeping wild bears wild starts at home

District Wildlife manager Kevin Wright examines the bear-smudged glass door at the home of Aspen resident Tom Paxton. Getting homeowners to bear-proof their residences is one way to reduce human/bear conflicts.



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District Wildlife manager Kevin Wright examines the bear-smudged glass door at the home of Aspen resident Tom Paxton. Getting homeowners to bear-proof their residences is one way to reduce human/bear conflicts.

April showers bring black bear sightings. While there’s likely no connection between spring rains and the emergence of the state’s black bears, spring is the time when wildlife…




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