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adapt Adult females adult males Alaska approach bears areas Aversive Conditioning avoid bear damage bear habitat bear manage bear populations bears in Massachusetts bears may move beehive damage beeyards berries biology and ecology BLACK BEAR BIOLOGY breeding campground Chapter 131 chemical sprays Confrontations with Humans Connecticut constructed and well-maintained control measures cubs damage occurs damage prevention Denning depredations deterring black bear dispersing young Division District office Division of Fisheries effective electric fence fall food feeding Fisheries and Wildlife Food Habits food shortages food source foods are scarce habits and behavior home range human presence hunting injuries large park lethal control levels compatible limited open season livestock neck nuisance number of hives nut crops particularly pounds prevent bears preventive measures prey problem programs raiding recommended reduce regulations repellents Section 37 situations spring square miles Sub-adult Substantial distances summer translocating Trapping unfenced usually Wildlife District WILDLIFE OFFICES Winchester Magnum wire yearlings