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Black Bear sighting in Warren County NJ
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NJ Homeowners Urged to Bear Proof Homes [AUDIO]

Black bears are beginning to emerge from their winter slumber and homeowners in northern New Jersey, where the animals are known to roam, are urged to take precautions to prevent encounters.

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Check Out This D&D Listener’s Photos of His New Jersey Bear Encounter

Yesterday morning kicked off New Jersey's 4th annual bear hunt, a six day effort to thin the population.

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Black Bear sighting in Warren County NJ
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New Efforts to Keep Bears Away from New Jerseyans [AUDIO]

Legislation will be considered by a State Senate Committee this week that calls for bear-resistant garbage containers, cans and dumpster to be required for all Garden State residents who live near wooded areas where bears have been spotted.

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Permitting Under Way for Upcoming NJ Bear Hunt

New Jersey is gearing up for its fourth state-sanctioned bear hunt.

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Black Bear Walks the Streets Like a Resident [VIDEO]

Most videos you see with bears that lose their way have people trying to get out of the way or the bear trying to climb up a tree to get away from the scary people. Not this video.

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Bear in tree near TCNJ campus
Bear in tree near TCNJ campus in Ewing (Brian McCarthy)
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Bear Removed From Tree on Campus at TCNJ [VIDEO]

A black bear sighted in a tree on campus at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) was  removed by fire and police Thursday afternoon around 3:30 p.m.

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Black Bear sighting in Warren County NJ
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Bear Sightings Abound In Mt. Laurel

At least one black bear has been prowling Mount Laurel and has become the talk of the town.

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State Officials Warn of Black Bear Dangers [AUDIO]

Thousands of black bears have come out of hibernation in New Jersey, and they've started roaming the Garden State, looking for food, mates and territories.

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Bears or Humans – Who’s in the Way? [POLL]

Bear season is here, and it’s not even December.

Each and every fall hunters take to the woods and bag a bear so as to cull the herd.

And every year the bear nuts come out and protest, even after the season

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Bear Cub Killed on Route 202 in Branchburg

Authorities say a car struck and killed a bear cub on a northern New Jersey highway.

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