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Living With Bears in Worcester and Middlesex Counties In cooperation with the Leominster Board of Health, Shirley Animal Control, and Sterling Police Department, the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (MassWildlife) invites interested citizens, municipal police departments, and animal control officers to a free public presentation on Living With Bears in Worcester and Middlesex Counties on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 7PM
at the Leominster City Hall Auditorium located at 25 West Street, Leominster.
The program will be given by Laura Conlee, MassWildlife Black Bear Biologist, who will talk about why bears are becoming more common, provide advice to municipalities, homeowners, businesses, sporting and outdoor enthusiasts, and farmers on the best actions to take when a bear is sighted, and offer tips for everyone on how to responsibly live with bears in the area. A question and answer period will follow her presentation.
Marion E. Larson Chief, Information & Education Mass. Division of Fisheries & Wildlife