Kids easier to train when it comes to bears

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Kids easier to train when it comes to bears

Bears pay price of human carelessness
Bryan Peterson with Bear Smart Durango talks with Miller Middle School eighth-grade students during his presentation, “I’m a Bear Smart Kid” on Wednesday.
Maia Clark, 13, and Zane Angulo, 12, eighth-grade Miller Middle School students, get a close look at Jake, a black bear cub killed by a car while he was on his way to a garbage meal. Jake is now part of Bear Smart Durango’s “I’m a Bear Smart Kid” program, which is designed to educate children about living with bears. The program was presented to a Miller Middle School science class on Wednesday. Maia is the daughter of Trisa and Brad Clark, and Zane is the son of Liz Potter and Zac Angulo.
Karen Hickerson with Bear Smart Durango presents “I’m a Bear Smart Kid” program to an eighth-grade Miller Middle School science class on Wednesday.

Kids easier to train when it comes to bears

Bryan Peterson with Bear Smart Durango talks with Miller Middle School eighth-grade students during his presentation, “I’m a Bear Smart Kid” on Wednesday.
Maia Clark, 13, and Zane Angulo, 12, eighth-grade Miller Middle School students, get a close look at Jake, a black bear cub killed by a car while he was on his way to a garbage meal. Jake is now part of Bear Smart Durango’s “I’m a Bear Smart Kid” program, which is designed to educate children about living with bears. The program was presented to a Miller Middle School science class on Wednesday. Maia is the daughter of Trisa and Brad Clark, and Zane is the son of Liz Potter and Zac Angulo.
Karen Hickerson with Bear Smart Durango presents “I’m a Bear Smart Kid” program to an eighth-grade Miller Middle School science class on Wednesday.
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