Bear Activity Report
 
Sightings in the Past Week
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Sightings Older Than One Week

Cougar Sighting
Jan 09, 2018
On the morning of Jan 4, a trail camera photographed 4 large cougar kittens on a driveway, SE of the Bearberry Saloon. (info from local land owner)


If the presence of a bear, or any other wildlife, is a public safety concern:

1. Please call a Alberta Sustainable Resource Development Fish & Wildlife office near you. In Sundre, the number is 403-638-3805, in Olds, the number is 403-556-4256, or call 310-0000 toll-free for the nearest office. After hours, call the 24-hour toll-free Report A Poacher line at 1-800-642-3800.

2. Then let us know. Send us an email to  sightings@mountainviewbearsmart.com with the subject line "Bear Sighting" and include the following information:

  • date, place and time of the sighting.
  • species - grizzly bear, black bear or cougar, elk, etc.
  • what the animal was doing at the time - eating, passing through, in the garbage, etc.
  • your name and contact information (all personal information will remain confidential)

If possible, include information on:

  • the number of animals seen - whether male or female; with or without cubs
  • detailed information about your area - whether it's residential, rural, acreage, urban, or industrial facility; GPS coordinates would be great if possible; was the animal close to house, barn, livestock, pets, etc
 
 
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