State policy claims another bear

Full story: The Star-Ledger

A young male black bear was taken from a tree in Millburn Township early yesterday and euthanized by state wildlife authorities, the third bear killed in less than two weeks under a new "no tolerance" policy ...

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Andy Parisi

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May 18, 2006
 
Great wildlife management policy. Is that the best they can come up with? Destroy? Does NJ even have bear biologist to tag and study the travel of black bears?
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Joan Faszczewski

Lansdowne, PA

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This is not right when you tag a animal like that you should transfer him or her either up in Sussex County or New York State. That was awful in Irvington and Millburn and Trenton also. You keep this up we will not have bears. These animals were young they were not hurting anyone. They were just confused about there world one was a baby you should be ashamed of yourselves there is no room for our wildlife anymore.

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