Bedford residents report bear sightings
However, residents should take steps to prevent the animals from invading their backyards.
“That’s the big thing. The smell of food attracts bears, and once they find a source of food, they’ll keep coming back. If they don’t find any, they’ll move on,” said Paul.
“They’re more afraid of you than you are of it. Make some noise, bang on pots and pans, and they’ll take off,” he said.
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