Another Black Bear Spotted In Madison County

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 6/05 10:42 pm
Another black bear was sighted in Madison County.

Police said a bear was seen Thursday morning off of Exit 77 on I-75.

The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife said it was mating season.

It said younger bears were wandering around and looking for mates.

The community was reminded to keep garage doors closed.

Police also said to avoid leaving trash around or food on a grill.

Earlier in the week, there were several reports of a black bear seen wandering around Richmond.
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