Gail Clark 
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Re: “Bear dies in fall from tree after being tranquilized by COS

Hopefully COS has learned a lesson in anticipating (key word) any bears reaction to being tranquilized. That net should have been purchased long ago, not wait until a tragedy has taken place. Orphaned cubs, this late in the year, probably dont have a great chance for survival.
SUGGESTION: As mentioned, homeowners MUST be mandated to remove ALL attractant trees. Then, how about a citizens coalition to plan a large-scale planting of trees bearing fruits etc that bears like. COS should work with them in choosing locations far enough away from residential areas for such an endeavor to be safe. We owe it to the bears for moving into their territories. Its the least we could do.

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Posted by Gail Clark on 10/12/2018 at 11:04 AM

Re: “Bear, two cubs killed after encounter with bike rider on Lost Lake trails

Tragic.
Education about wildlife should begin in elementary school. NOT "hunter safety" - let the gun clubs teach that stuff. But true education about wildlife education, the "connectedness" of all species and how to interpret their behaviors; avoidance and coexistence.
All of these comments but not even one in favor of what COS did. Does that tell you something?
The public is ready, now COS must follow the will of the people. And while we're busy getting them to comply via legal efforts, here's a word of advice: if you should happen to see Sasquatch in your backyard or while hiking, DO NOT REPORT IT TO COS!!

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Posted by Gail Clark on 08/23/2016 at 6:55 AM

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