How to reduce bear problems

With increased reports of bears within the community, Wildsafe BC puts on display at Wells Gray Infocentre

Louise Payne checks out some brochures brought by Wildsafe BC community coordinator Mandy Ross.

Clearwater resident Louise Payne checks out some brochures brought by Wildsafe BC community coordinator Mandy Ross during a display at Wells Gray Infocentre on Saturday, Oct. 15.

With increased reports of bears within the community, Ross also had a display at Clearwater Farmers Market the previous weekend plus has given presentations in local schools.

Not putting garbage out until the morning it is going to be picked up is a simple way to help reduce bear problems, she says.

 

 

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