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Photo Gallery: Bear sightings in La Cañada Flintridge

Bear Sighting

A young male bear was tracked through La Cañada by sheriff’s and wildlife officials this weekend before being tranquilized at a home on Palm Drive near Foothill Boulevard Sunday morning. The 225-pound animal is one of several bears spotted throughout the city in recent days.

 (Courtesy of California Department of Fish and Wildlife)
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In one of his last local pit stops, a young male bear takes a dip in a swimming pool at a home on Palm Drive on Sunday before being captured and relocated to the Angeles National Forest. 

 (Courtesy of Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station)
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Discovering an outdoor fridge, a young adult male bear enjoys some frozen seafood before being captured and returned to the Angeles National Forest Sunday.

 (Courtesy of Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station)
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A 3-year-old bear took a trip through several homes in La Cañada before being tranquilized and relocated Sunday morning. 

 (Courtesy of California Department of Fish and Wildlife)
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With the help of a local game warden, sheriff’s officials help relocate a tranquilized bear discovered too close to city traffic on Sunday. 

 (Courtesy of Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s Station)
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A young adult male bear was loaded into a truck and relocated to the Angeles National Forest Sunday after taking a jaunt through several La Cañada residences. 

 (Courtesy of California Department of Fish and Wildlife)
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