Posts Tagged ‘ Black Bears ’

Two black bears shot after fur-flying brawl outside Coquitlam home

June 11, 2013

Conservation officers in Metro Vancouver have shot and killed two black bears that were biting and clawing ferociously at each other outside a suburban house. Vancouver Sun – News / Vancouver

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Conservation officers kill two black bears fighting in Coquitlam driveway

June 11, 2013
Conservation officers kill two black bears fighting in Coquitlam driveway

A bear encounter in Coquitlam yesterday is one most people don’t get to see, and with an ending they wouldn’t want to see. Conservation officers shot and killed two black bears that were fighting in the driveway of a home in the Burke Mountain area. The homeowner filmed the encounter and called 911. The bears [...]

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Mountain pine beetles threaten endangered whitebark pines

January 21, 2013

Mountain pine beetles have hammered more than B.C.’s lodgepole pine forests — they’ve taken endangered whitebark pine trees, robbing Interior grizzly bears and other species of an important food supply. Slow-growing whitebark pine trees are rarer than lodgepole pine, grow at higher elevations, and produce cones with large seeds that form a food source for [...]

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Man convicted of feeding bears has pot charges thrown out

January 11, 2013
Man convicted of feeding bears has pot charges thrown out

Charges for growing pot against a B.C. man convicted of feeding two dozen black bears have been thrown out of court. CBC | British Columbia News

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Busy Fort Nelson airport seeks federal funding for fencing to keep moose and other wildlife at bay

November 12, 2012
Busy Fort Nelson airport seeks federal funding for fencing to keep moose and other wildlife at bay

The moose are loose. So are the black bears, elk, white-tailed deer, and pretty much any other critter than wanders out from the northern B.C. wilderness and onto Northern Rockies Regional Airport in Fort Nelson. Global TV BC News

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