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The bears go to town
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Alison Clarke's bird feeder is more than eight feet tall, and one neighborhood bear can touch it with his nose. Bears have left claw marks in the wooden post.  (MPR Photo/Chris Julin)

Alison Clarke's bird feeder is more than eight feet tall, and one neighborhood bear can touch it with his nose. Bears have left claw marks in the wooden post.

(MPR Photo/Chris Julin)
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