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FYI: Bears in Hunters Park/Woodland Area

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Just wanted to give everyone who lives in the area a heads up that there is a sow and 2 cubs that have been hanging around for the last several days. I have seen them twice in 3 days, once by the Montessori School and once by the McCabe Renewal Center. Probably not a threat as they are hitting the oak and apple trees in the area but wouldnt hurt to keep a closer eye on your kids, pets, and trash cans.


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