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June 20, 2008

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New Jersey Bear Update: State To Capture 13 Bears

Yet another reason for a hunting season, from The Star-Ledger:

State wildlife authorities will try Friday to capture and "aversively condition" the three female black bears and 10 cubs that have taken up residence in recent weeks in Branchville. . . .

The mayor and council members are skittish about the bruins because of a mother bear's protective nature of her cubs.


Comments

SilverArrow

Mayor and council are right to be concerned. Mess with a momma bear and someone is going to get hurt. Mess with three momma bears and we are likely to see a fatality!
Lisa Jackson, Jon Corzine are you listening or just too busy with your polyanna agenda?
SA




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