Nuisance Black Bears

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Information about Nuisance Black Bears

Published on May 8, 2008

Author: mbc



Another presentation I gave to my Animal Science 500 class. From the time I first started working with orphaned black bear cubs, I have been interested in human-bear conflicts. My presentation outlines how "nuisance" black bears are commonly dealt with in North America.

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