Canada’s Bow Valley has been living harmoniously with grizzly bears and other wildlife for the the past 20 years.
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In addition to adding bear-proof trash cans, the burgeoning town has also replaced attractants like fruit trees, built wildlife crossings over highways, and provided education to the local populace. Their creative solutions have helped to manage local wildlife while keeping residents and visitors safe to enjoy the beautiful scenery the area has to offer.
See this problem-solving town take action in this short film by Leanne Allison and Front Range Films.
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People and Bears Live in Harmony in This Wildlife-Friendly Town | Short Film Showcase