Minnesota Public Radio slideshow:
The bears go to town
<Previous1 2 3 Next>


The bird feeder in Alison Clarke's Duluth yard is designed to snap shut if a bear tries to take seeds. She's done away with conventional feeders after repeatedly losing them to bears that live in the neighborhood. (MPR Photo/Chris Julin)

The bird feeder in Alison Clarke's Duluth yard is designed to snap shut if a bear tries to take seeds. She's done away with conventional feeders after repeatedly losing them to bears that live in the neighborhood.

(MPR Photo/Chris Julin)
©2014 Minnesota Public Radio : Terms of Use