(CBS4) – Colorado Parks and Wildfire have been busy lately with multiple bear sightings and a recent relocation. CPW shared video of one such relocation of a bear from Boulder on Saturday.
Officers say the female yearling was already relocated once in May. It got into some people’s trash cans and was starting to show an indifference to humans.READ MORE: Denver Tied 126-Year-Old Record High Saturday, Lands In Top 5 For 90 Degree Days
Wildlife officers in #Boulder are relocating this yearling female bear out of the Fraiser Meadows area today.
Here, wildlife offers work to wake the bear from the sedation. The ice is there to help keep it cool. It’s now headed back to the mountains for release in a remote area. pic.twitter.com/DrXPXFgi4F
— CPW NE Region (@CPW_NE) June 5, 2021
They say relocation isn’t foolproof. Officers later shared a picture of feces left behind from this bear inside the transportation trailer. In the feces were candy wrappers, bird seed and parts of a trash bag.
“Residents need to be sure to secure their trash so we can reduce bear-human conflicts,” they stated.
On another occasion, a resident in Genesee made sure to let a bear know it isn’t welcome by setting off the car alarm.READ MORE: Police, Firefighters, Rescue Teams Continue Search For Diana Brown, Missing Flash Floods Ripped Through Poudre Canyon
What do you do if a bear comes around your home?
Haze it away! This resident near Genesee did so by setting off their car alarm, and it worked 👏
Don't let bears become comfortable visiting your home.
— CPW NE Region (@CPW_NE) June 2, 2021
“Haze it away!” CPW stated on social media. “Don’t let bears become comfortable visiting your home.”MORE NEWS: Woman Killed While Crossing Broadway, Search Continues For Hit-And-Run Suspect Driver
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