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Bear Sightings Continue Throughout Bergen County

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the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Paramus NJ, Several more bear sightings have been reported since Monday .  The Paramus Police Chief said he believes there is more than one bear in Bergen County. Paramus Police Chief Kenneth Ehrenberg told several media outlets that two bears have been seen Monday in Paramus.

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Paramus Police said Monday morning that a “non-aggressive black bear” was spotted in the area of Abbott and Benton roads. Later that morning, police again Tweeted the bear was again seen near Benton Road.

Ridgewood Police reported  a black bear has been spotted on the east side of town this morning. Bears live in our area and will leave the woods in search of food. If seen, make yourself known with loud noises and do not corner it /make sure it has an escape route.

According to the Ho-Ho-Kus Police yesterday at 532pm , a bear was still in the area, now seen on Racetrack Road. NJ Division of Fish & Wildlife has been contacted and provided same advice. Bear sightings were also reported in Oradell , River Edge ,Twp. Of Washington over the last week .

Police in Wyckoff said they are aware “of a bear sighting in the Ravine Avenue area” on Sunday evening. and on Facebook said , “We are monitoring the incident”. “At this time it does not appear to be aggressive.”

Also on Sunday William Paterson University in Wayne reported a bear sighting by Entry 6, across from the baseball field.

It is not clear if all these sightings are of the same bear or several different bears  .

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