Being “bear aware” not only protects your home and property, but it can save a bear’s life.
DENVER — Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) said bears waking from hibernation are looking for food across Colorado.
CPW has already received several reports of bear activity and wildlife officials are urging residents to secure attractants. CPW said there have been 173 reports of bear activity in 25 Colorado counties already in 2023.
“Bears should not be eating from trash receptacles, bird feeders or other human-provided food sources around homes or businesses,” said a release from CPW.
“Every time a bear gets a treat, a bird…
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