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Riding Mountain National Park

Bear Relocation Operation

No one wants to be responsible for the death of one of these amazing creatures so please secure all wildlife attractants on your property safely and responsibly. Prevention is the preferred option for bears and for humans.

This bear was named Bruno. Here is a map showing the Bruno’s movements since he was relocated to the east side of Riding Mountain National Park. As you can see, he has headed back to where he was first picked up. So far he has “kept his nose clean” and stayed out of trouble. Let’s hope it stays that way and that this story has a happy ending. This bear was named Bruno. Here is a map showing the Bruno’s movements since he was relocated to the east side of Riding Mountain National Park. As you can see, he has headed back to where he was first picked up. So far he has “kept his nose clean” and stayed out of trouble. Let’s hope it stays that way and that this story has a happy ending.
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