Bear truth: They’re just not sleepy enough yet

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Bear truth: They’re just not sleepy enough yet

Hibernation still about a month down the road
When bears aren’t plundering fruit from nearby orchards, they’re sometimes seen lazing in trees, as this one was recently in a cottonwood in the Hermosa area.

Bear truth: They’re just not sleepy enough yet

When bears aren’t plundering fruit from nearby orchards, they’re sometimes seen lazing in trees, as this one was recently in a cottonwood in the Hermosa area.
Bear info

If a bear is displaying aggressive behavior or presenting a threat to public safety or property, call Colorado Parks and Wildlife immediately at 247-0855 – or call 911 or Central Dispatch at 385-2900.
Bear sightings can be reported to Bear Smart Durango at 749-4262 or Colorado Parks and Wildlife at 247-0855.
To order a bearproof trash can, visit bearsmartdurango.org and follow the links to “Obtain A Bear-Resistant Container” to find your supplier.

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