I love bears, so you don’t know how excited this makes me. Basically, my entire life has been a lead up to the moment in which I get to hold one (as long as the mama bear isn’t around).
The Watertown Daily Times reports that the two...
As reported by CBC, here you go: a video showing at least one bear in British Columbia opening car doors with ease:
How easily? Well, this particular bear is probably planning to take up driving next. (I expect the video may go viral. But it...
Feb 28, 2007 — After three years of decline, state environment officials say the 2006 deer harvest was up slightly. Hunters killed nearly 190,000 deer across New York state. As Brian Mann reports, biologists found no new cases of chronic wasting disease. Go to full article
Aug 25, 2005 — A new regulation that will require the use of bear-proof food containers in part of the Adirondack High Peaks region took effect yesterday. Ed Reed, wildlife biologist with the Department of Environmental Conservation in Ray Brook, says the rule is meant to reduce the potential for negative encounters between bears and people. He spoke with Chris Knight. Go to full article
Sep 09, 2003 — State officials are hunting a pair of rogue black bears in a popular camping area in the eastern High Peaks. The decision to kill the animals follows an attack last week that left a Montreal woman lightly injured. Brian Mann has our story. Go to full article
Jul 04, 2003 — At least one very aggressive black bear has been plaguing the residents of Blue Mountain Lake. The Department of Environmental Conservation has confirmed reports that the animal has broken into several homes in search of food. The bear reportedly ate a goat owned by a local and has also been seen in popular campgrounds. With the busy holiday weekend underway, DEC spokesman Mike Frazier says state officials will try to trap the animal and move it out of the area. In the meantime, Frazier has some advice for people who want to keep bears away from their door. Go to full article
Jul 04, 2003 — Betsy Folwell, editor in large at Adirondack Life magazine, and a long-time resident of Blue Mt. Lake, says this year's bear trouble has been the worst she's seen. Folwell spoke with Martha Foley. Go to full article