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A 300-pound black bear spotted wandering through Kearny and nearby towns is just the latest instance this year of a bruin showing up in an unexpected part of New Jersey. Earlier this month, there was a cub at a Fair Lawn train station. Before that, there was a wanderer in South Jersey, a beast in Cranford and a climber in Stafford Township.To get more news about bears jerseys, you can visit bearsbuy official website.

Bear sightings continued to surge in the first nine months of 2020 compared to the same time frame last year, according to statistics from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.The numbers, which document bear sightings and incidents between Jan. 1 and Sept. 21. That means a July bear attack in Passaic County is included in the stats, but the recent sightings in urban Hudson County are not. The numbers also only includes bear sightings and complaints reported to the DEP. Any bear activity reported to local police or other agencies without state involvement is not included.

The DEP reported 262 bear sightings around the state in that time. That’s a roughly 87% increase from the 140 sightings in the same span last year.

Larry Hajna, a DEP spokesman, previously indicated that the increase says less about changes in the bear population and more about people spending increased time at home due to coronavirus-related restrictions.This is the time of year when bears are looking for habitat, particularly younger males that have left their mothers,” Hajna told NJ Advance Media in July. “Reports may have increased due to more people being at home seeing bears as they disperse into habitats.”

General complaints of bears being a nuisance or inflicting damage are up about 61%, with 811 complaints so far this year compared to 503 this time last year.

The 1,073 total bear incidents — sightings and complaints combined — in the first nine months of 2020 mark a roughly 67% increase from 643 incidents in the same time frame last year.
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