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Images of black bear killing are wake-up call to human encroachment

Can we be better stewards to protect wildlife?

Enforcement officers from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife check the bear's mouth with blue plastic gloves.
Enforcement officers from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife hunted and fatally shot a female black bear in the Y Road Trail area on Aug. 3, 2022, the day the sow attacked a runner who suffered minor injuries. (Photo courtesy of Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife)
By Elliott Almond CDN Contributor
An emerald fern adds a touch of color to an otherwise grisly scene where a dead black bear lies ston
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