Death toll for bears hits record numbers in Southwest Colorado

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Death toll for bears hits record numbers in Southwest Colorado

Bad natural food year, human attractants spell doom for bruins
A bear that wandered into the University of Colorado’s Boulder dorm complex falls from a tree after being tranquilized by Colorado wildlife officials in April 2012.
Killed after being hit by a vehicle, this bear was photographed in August 2012 on Highway 550 just north of the Glacier Club.
A bear climbed a tree Aug. 23 in front of Park Elementary School in Durango before the start of school. The bear was tranquilized and removed.
A bear trapped in a tree Aug. 10 in downtown Durango was relocated by Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

Death toll for bears hits record numbers in Southwest Colorado

A bear that wandered into the University of Colorado’s Boulder dorm complex falls from a tree after being tranquilized by Colorado wildlife officials in April 2012.
Killed after being hit by a vehicle, this bear was photographed in August 2012 on Highway 550 just north of the Glacier Club.
A bear climbed a tree Aug. 23 in front of Park Elementary School in Durango before the start of school. The bear was tranquilized and removed.
A bear trapped in a tree Aug. 10 in downtown Durango was relocated by Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

Death toll for bears hits record numbers in Southwest Colorado

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