There's a bear wandering around Cold Spring Park in Newton this morning.
Mayor Ruthanne Fuller advises: "Please do not approach the bear," no, not even with a pic-a-nic basket.
One of the bears has seemed to have had a really good time yesterday and is staggering around trying to find its way home.
Did the Mayor bear witness to this incident?
Link for "Cold Spring Park" just leads back to article.
It saw another link.
I'm sick of these bear attacks. It's like a frickin' country bear jambaroo around here!
It’s the smallest tax increase in history.
I'll just pay the Homer tax
Let the bears bear the bear tax
We've had deer at the Dorchester/Mattapan line in the past. I wonder how long until we have a bear sighting?
I vividly remember a UHub story (that I can't find), circa 2008 (+/- 2 years), where a deer tried to jump a fence near Fields Corner and impaled itself.
I wonder what the farthest into Boston's urban core that deers have been sighted.
because of bear sightings. Source
It seems unlikely to be the same bear. It would have had to cross Comm Ave, I-90, Rt 16, the Charles, Rt 20, and Rt 2!
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