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Preventing Conflict with Black Bears


Watching wildlife is fascinating, but when large carnivores such as black bears are drawn to garbage, pet food or bird feeders, the situation can become dangerous. Bears naturally avoid people, but once a bear associates humans with food, it loses its instinctive fear and can become increasingly aggressive. Most of these encounters could be avoided if people refrain from feeding wildlife, either on purpose or by allowing access to garbage or other food sources, said the late Rocky Spencer, a WDFW carnivore specialist. In this video, Spencer offers simple precautions to avoid attracting bears to your property or campsite.

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