The hot summer isn’t just sending straphangers into a tizzy — it’s putting more upstate bears on a collision course with humans. Complaints of nuisance bears have more than doubled to 1,191 this year from just over 500 in 2017, according to the state Department of Environmental Conservation. The bears are hunting for human food...
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Bear encounters soar thanks to early-summer drought
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