A bear captured in Connecticut on Wednesday was not a local, WCBS 880’s Paul Murnane reported.
It took a day and a night of waiting and watching, but a bear scare in the Garden State finally came to an end Tuesday morning, thanks to a couple of well-aimed tranquilizer darts.
As of Friday night, 410 bears have been harvested during the hunt’s first five days.
An appeals panel is being asked to stop the annual black bear hunt, which is set to begin next week.
There’s a bear on the loose northwest of New York City, looking for food in garbage cans.
A shortage of acorns and nuts this year may force bears to find food in other places, such as your trash can.
Environmental officials say the black bear that wandered into a campsite in a northwestern New Jersey state forest this week has been captured and euthanized.
Fish and Wildlife Division Assistant Director Larry Herrighty said Thursday that hospital officials concluded the abrasions found on the 11- and 12-year-old boys were not caused by a bear.
A 12-year-old Jersey City boy and an 11-year-old Brooklyn boy sustained minor injuries after the bear attacked their campsite in New Jersey early Wednesday morning.
There was another bear scare in New Jersey Wednesday, and this time, the unwelcome beast was brought down with the help of a tranquilizer dart.
A black bear seen earlier in the day taking an extended nap up a tree apparently decided he had enough media attention and made its way down on Monday night.
With the warmer weather, black bears were starting to come out of their dens in northern New Jersey in search of food.
Folks in this area aren’t used to seeing bears in their backyards.
Ever been in a bear fight? One Lake Carmel man is lucky enough to escape with just bruises and scratches.
Game officials in New Jersey have given up their search for a young black bear that was first spotted around noon Sunday.