The scarcity of food in the wild has been blamed for unusual animal activity during California’s drought including a recent bear attack, mountain lion sightings and an uptick in orphaned animals.
A bear cub that got stuck in a trash bin in Pasadena got help getting out thanks to its mother and a few human helpers.
Residents in a Monrovia neighborhood for once are not worried about the bears wandering about their homes – they’re more concerned that the animals appear sick.
“Bears coming around is a pretty regular thing,” said Manuel Rodriguez.
A bear family took a leisurely stroll Sunday morning through Duarte, much to the alarm of residents.
A bear and her cub ventured into Monrovia Wednesday in search of the bare necessities – they grabbed a snack and got some R&R in a tree – and residents lined up to get a good look.
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The mother was huge.
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A mama bear has been reunited with one of her cubs after it got trapped in an Azusa dumpster.
Bears are visiting homes — make that entering homes — like never before.
Three bears were spotted overnight rifling through trash in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains.
Two bears and a mountain lion were seen prowling around a Monrovia neighborhood overnight.
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