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The bear necessities

Bears in Qualicum Beach? Not much of a hazard at all. - Stock Photo
Bears in Qualicum Beach? Not much of a hazard at all.
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Vancouver Island University students in the resource management officer program will work with the Bear Smart BC Society, the Conservation Officer Service and Town of Qualicum Beach to develop a bear hazard assessment for the municipality. Students will be helping to investigate human-use areas that have a high risk for human-bear conflict. — News Staff

 

 

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