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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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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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Blaine Kyllo Jul 11
SO EXCITED! just installed a proper trash container at the bus stop in front of our house. Secure and robust, it has capacity and auto compacts. Notifies waste management when its full. Solar powered. This is more like it! Thanks! cc
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NSBBSociety Jul 14
Thanks for once again stepping up to cover crimes against our . People were reminded to live responsibly in bear country & help to keep wild.
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Brent Richter Jul 13
EDITORIAL: "Start writing bylaw tickets. Write them until your pens run dry. And when you run out of pens, you can use some of ours."
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Jane Seyd Jul 12
Don't try this at home, kids - yours or anyone else's. The pic-a-nic basket thing is only for cartoons.
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NSBBSociety May 5
Very informative article about on North Shore. via
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LynnValleyLife Mar 10
Do you feel clucky - do ya? Last fall the District of North Vancouver passed a bylaw allowing backyard hens. If...
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NSBBSociety 9 Dec 17
AC8357 Dec 7, 2017, best flight attendant I have flown with in years!
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NSBBSociety 16 Oct 17
joined North Shore Black Bear Society in LSCR to discuss vegetation management in & other habitat. Informative!
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