Plenty of bears were killed after they grew to turn out to be “aggressive to people and property” in Jean Marie River, a Northwest Territories group the assign residents are starting up the long recovery from days of flooding.
Officers from the N.W.T.’s Department of Environment and Pure Sources killed “so much of bears” in most modern days, a spokesperson for the department confirmed to Cabin Radio on Tuesday.
The bears are being attracted by unattended food following the flood and the group’s rubbish dump, spokesperson Mike Westwick acknowledged by electronic mail.
Department officers are now “taking deterrence measures” to support bears away from the dump and people, Westwick wrote. These measures consist of patrols of the group.
More broadly, Westwick acknowledged the department had viewed “weird and wonderful amounts of grasp job” in many N.W.T. communities, now not excellent Jean Marie River.
He acknowledged taking precautions against a grasp stumble upon was “more predominant than ever.”