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MEDIA RELEASE: "Co-Existi​ng with Black Bears in an Urbanized Environmen​t" talk by Wild at Heart Wildlife Refuge Centre

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Press Release
March 18, 2013

The Wild at Heart Wildlife Refuge Centre will host "Co-Existing with Black
Bears in an Urbanized Environment", presented by guest speaker Jim Johnston,
President of Friends of Algoma East. Mr. Johnston will speak about black
bear biology and behaviours, myths and facts about bears, developing
bear-wise communities, and how to avoid and deal with various types of bear
encounters. The talk will include a Power-Point presentation, a number of
demonstrations, and a question and answer period. This informative
presentation will be hosted by Markus Schwabe from CBC Radio's Morning
North. It will take place on Wednesday, April 10 at 7:00 pm in the J.D.
MacKellar Auditorium at Lockerby Composite School, 1391 Ramsey View Court,
Sudbury. Admission is by donation at the door.

For more info, contact Sally Lesk,

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