// On Monday, Weld County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a rare report of a bear at Weld County Road 15 and Highway 34. Deputies assisted Department of Wildlife Officers to encourage the bear to return to its natural habitat.
Black bears are coming out...of their winter dens and Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are warning Colorado residents to take precautions to help keep bears wild. Because of dry conditions, bear activity in towns and residential areas may be high again this year.
Bears falling out of trees have made the news a lot lately. A couple weeks ago a bear fell out of a tree on the CU campus and the photo went viral. This week a bear climbed a tree in Steamboat Springs and couldn't get down, so he was "helped" down by wildlife officials. I found some photos and videos of bears falling from trees and even a power line.
Jay Cutler should change his name to Jay Quitler! He is a quitter. I watched the Bears play the Packers for the NFC championship yesterday. It's a game every kid who grew up playing football dreams of playing in, yet Jay quit. I know injuries happen but he didn't look like he was beat up to me. I think Jay has always been a whiner not a winner.
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