DENVER (KDVR) — It’s that time of year again. Temperatures are warming up, flowers are blooming and bears are out and about emerging from hibernation.
As bears spring up from their long slumber, they will be on the hunt to search for food, and Colorado Parks and Wildlife wants to remind you to do your part and stay bear aware.
Colorado’s population continues to grow, and bears are having to share space with humans. According to CPW, black bears are very curious creatures and will explore homes, campgrounds, vehicles and large communities to find all possible food sources.
Bears can become aggressive in their pursuit of an easy meal and in that case they often have to be put down.
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