Calgary police took to social media Sunday night time to warn residents to keep away from a southwest buying centre close to Heritage Park.
Officers confirmed a safety guard noticed a bear consuming out of a rubbish can within the parking zone at Glenmore Touchdown Sunday night.
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Fish and Wildlife had been additionally contacted and a warning was issued on social media, Calgary police instructed World Information.
Please keep away from actions between Glenmore Touchdown and Heritage Park as there’s a bear within the space.
— Calgary Police (@CalgaryPolice) September 10, 2018
The bear was final noticed shifting right into a wooded space north of Glenmore Touchdown shortly after it was first seen.
As of 11 p.m., police had been nonetheless within the space as a precaution and hoping to forestall the bear from making its approach again into the excessive visitors space. Glenmore Touchdown is positioned at 1600 90 Ave. S.W.
Sunday’s sighting comes after a bear was seen Friday close to the Glenmore Reservoir, nevertheless it is not recognized if it was the identical animal in each circumstances.
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Residents are requested to retailer rubbish in bear-resistant and odour-proof containers as bears are in search of meals to fatten up earlier than they head into hibernation.
Any additional bear sightings could be reported to the Fish and Wildlife Calgary workplace at 403-297-6423 throughout enterprise hours, or to the 24-hour Report A Poacher line at 1-800-642-3800.