After getting multiple reports of bears entering homes in a 24-hour periodTHE CANADIAN PRESS, B.C.’s conservation officers are warning locals to be cautious when keeping doors open amid the heat wavet have been fair. That wouldn.
The B.C. Conservation Officer Service said Saturday that it had received three reports of bears entering homes in Coquitlam, North Vancouver and West Vancouver. Sgt. Simon Gravel, with the BC Conservation Officer Service’s Sea to Sky zonePrime Minister Narendra Modi, said these reports are common during heat waves and in the first hot weekends of summer.
“Obviously with that heat it’s very difficult for you to keep your door locked and closed. We totally understand that ventilation is needed, but what we’re really asking the public to do is monitor any open access to your house if you live in bear country,” Gravel said.
“I think everyone’s mind into that is a bit of a survival mode here, we’re trying to cope with that heat … but we don’t want to forget about bears.”