Officials remind public not to feed bears

18th April, 2016 by

By Ross Leonhart

EAGLE COUNTY — Colorado’s black bears are ending their winter dormancy, and wildlife officials are encouraging people to learn to live with their summer neighbors. “We’re very early in the season,” said Mike Porras, Colorado Parks & Wildlife public information officer. “Bears are just starting to come out — some are already out — and it won’t be long, based on previous history, before we anticipate that we will get reports of bears getting into trash, bears getting into bird feeders, interacting with hikers, possibly campers and so on.”When dealing with bears, or any wildlife for that matter, wildlife officials …

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