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A winner for the province-wide WildSafeBC colouring contest was drawn and Daven McMurray from Edgewater Elementary has won the grand prize.
In the last three years, there haven't been this many sightings of black bears reported in town
Bears have been spotted in both Radium and Invermere looking for and finding food such as garbage, bird seed and fruit trees
When bears are eating natural food high up in the mountains, people can forget we still live in bear country
Wildlife Sightings in and around our communities:
A black bear was seen on the Sinclair Creek trail in Radium Hot Springs.
There have been no reported bear sightings in town the last few weeks and I predict there won’t be many more in town this year.
There have been very few bear sightings reported in to the RAPP line the last few weeks.
I would like to applaud residents and business owners who have been properly securing garbage and picking their fruit trees.
It has been a very busy September with a high number of bear sightings and many bear related incidences.
Since late August bears have been spotted in and around Invermere and Radium.
This summer has been full of public Bear Aware displays in Invermere and Radium.
It’s that time of year to start thinking about picking your fruit trees.
There haven’t been as many bear sightings reported this summer.
Last week there were 26 garbage bins left out the night before garbage collection in Invermere.
With the local food movement taking off, we are starting to see an influx of urban chickens, gardens and fruit trees.
Now beginning its second year in Invermere and Radium, Bear Aware is hoping to repeat last year’s accomplishments.