Tomah Police warn of black bear sightings

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TOMAH, Wis. (WEAU) -- The Tomah Police Department is warning the public of bear sightings.

The department posted DNR tips to its Facebook Page Friday morning on what to do if you come across a bear. The DNR says nearly all human-bear conflicts are a result of the animals’ search for food.

They say if you would like to report problems with bears to the USDA-Wildlife Services, you can contact them at (920) 324-4514.

To learn more about black bears in Wisconsin, click here.



 
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