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Public welcome at Today Show filming

...want in their hands at 3 a.m. It's really, really important in this case for these animals to have no access to human food or drinks."In anticipation of the filming of NBC's Today Show beginning at 3 a.m. Thursday in the visitor center's...
My Turn: Don't be scared of big, bad bears

...of our community. Perhaps most importantly, we can teach how to avoid the situation in the first place - how to keep human food and garbage from bears, and how to avoid surprising a bear.Most of us, particularly children, spend less unstructured...
Wildlife roundup: Bears go bad when human food is involved is likely the bear had become food-conditioned to human food and habituated - comfortable around humans - in its pursuit...Animals that come to rely on, or at least focus mainly on human food, are the primary cause of bear-related calls the department...
Local woman tells of bear encounter

...reportedly had been rummaging through trash there and became food-conditioned and habituated to humans."It's getting human food, becoming food-conditioned and habituated to some extent moving around a dense housing area," Scott said. "So...
Brown bear killed crossing Glacier Highway the woods) and lives."Fish and Game biologists opened up the bear's stomach to examine its contents and found human food and garbage."Broccoli, crayons and stuff like that," Sell said.Sell said that finding should serve as a reminder...
Photo: Head rub

A juvenile black bear rubs its head on the beam of an elevated walkway at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitors Center on Friday. A naturalist at the center said this is the same bear that received human food about two weeks ago and they are keeping a close watch on it.
Wildlife Roundup for the week of July 23

...local berries to ripen after spring vegetation has matured. This often results in bears investigating neighborhoods and human food sources. Some berry species have ripened in some locations, but in many areas berry crops are delayed. Residents...
Careful bear raids Colorado candy shop

...ate a lot of candy," said Adams of the bear break-in, first reported by the Estes Park News. Keeping bears out of human food in homes, garbage cans and cars is an ongoing struggle in Colorado's mountain towns, including Estes Park, the gateway...
On the Trails: Ergot

...amounts are thought to do negligible damage. (It is not unusual for tiny amounts of various toxins to be allowed in human food.)The life cycle of ergot is interesting. A fungal spore lands on the female parts of a grass flower, and sends filaments...
Coming soon to a place near you: eco-terrorist plants, animals, bugs

...reach widths of about three inches. They have stronger claws than other crabs. Due to their small size, their use as human food is limited. Green Crabs appeared in San Francisco Bay in 1985. Their potential range stretches from Baja California...


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