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NSBBSociety
The North Shore Black Bear Society works to reduce bear encounters through education, support and cooperation, in partnership with the local municipalities.
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First NS bear killed already. DNV carts bear-resistant, NOT bear proof! Odorous food scraps stored outside in lockable carts attracts wildlife & can result in property damage & result in removal of bear, as with this statistic.
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NSBBSociety Apr 14
Replying to @rickygervais
Hip! Hip! Hooray! So happy to hear about Season 2 of , !
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NSBBSociety Apr 1
We already have a few bears out on the North Shore. The NSBBS hopes they won’t find household garbage/organics and bird food or they will want to stick around!
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NSBBSociety Mar 30
Replying to @rickygervais
A group of us who do regular forest walks agree that is brilliant in so many ways! I loved too! , you just keep getting better all the time. Grateful!
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Wildlife Defence Mar 14
Stand with us on the right side of history and demand an end to wolf hunting in British Columbia.
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NSBBSociety Jan 19
You think all North Shore are hibernating? We have news for you! Available food & mild weather have interfered with plans for some to den for winter! Manage attractants 12 mos/year & report sightings to 604.317.4911!
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NSBBSociety Jan 9
Rare cougar sighting captured in North Vancouver. Posted withrepost • seymoursalmon We had the pleasure of seeing a cougar this morning on the commute to work
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NSBBSociety Dec 16
Replying to @jordanback
What’s that on the deer’s back? Is it a cougar?
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NSBBSociety Nov 23
Black bears are busy preparing for winter, spending up to 20 hours a day in search of food. Don’t let them find a food reward in your yard. Help bears safely enter hibernation by making…
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Brent Richter Nov 7
. has banned folks from bringing their dogs on the BCMC Trail. Thoughts on this and ?
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NSBBSociety Nov 6
Many North Shore residents have a high regard for the wildlife with which we strive to co-exist, as expressed in this message to the North Shore Black Bear Society: Thank you again for…
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NSBBSociety Nov 5
How many of these North Shore residents have you encountered? Thanks to metrovancouverbc for these beautiful displays that can be found on the magical trails by the Seymour River Hatchery.…
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NSBBSociety Nov 4
The North Shore is bear country! Are you a responsible dog parent? Over half of negative bear encounters involve an off-leash dog. Protect your pets & wildlife by keeping your dogs leashed…
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NSBBSociety Nov 4
Orphaned North Shore cubs River & Seymour make the front page
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NSBBSociety Nov 3
The North Shore is bear country. After garbage, fruit trees are the strongest residential attractant for black bears. Apples are still plentiful & drawing bears too close to homes. Help…
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NSBBSociety Oct 21
Replying to @BeingKulvir
I am thrilled, but not surprised. We know you can make a difference. Congratulations!
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NSBBSociety Sep 10
Replying to @JaneSeyd
Our firefighters did an amazing job AGAIN!
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NSBBSociety Jul 22
And in too!
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NSBBSociety Jul 20
Well done ! A solar-powered compressor at a bus stop that often had overflowing garbage. Installed here by and in other locations too. Helping to keep wild and our beautiful community clean.
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NSBBSociety Jul 18
Congratulations to for the award she received for her investigative reporting for . Jane reports about situations in a thorough & balanced manner too.
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