The number of encounters with bears in the White Mountain National Forest is on the rise early this season, prompting rangers to issue early warnings and step up enforcement of safety rules.
The U.S. Forest Service says visitors to the White Mountain National Forest have been reporting more encounters with black bears rummaging through coolers and food storage bags, and crawling into tents.
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The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department expects to get more than twice as many complaints of bear activity this year than last because of the atypical spring weather and temporary food shortage.
Two baby bears were trapped Thursday and brought to Ben Kilham’s property in Lyme. Their mother had been hit by a car, leaving them orphaned.
It’s not the leaves or the flowers that signal spring in one Amherst, New Hampshire neighborhood, it’s the bears