Rylee Edwards spotted this grand Ursus americanus on the Rossland Hill this weekend. Rylee Edwards

Bodacious B.C. bruin

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Bears are out and on the search for food after their winter sleep.

Trash is the most reported attractant involved in human-bear conflicts.

To avoid luring in a bear and putting the community and animal at-risk, WildSafeBC urges locals to keep garbage, recyclables and other attractants secure, indoors is best.

Wash out containers that store garbage and recycling so they are clean and odour-free, and freeze smelly items until the morning of collection.

Read more: Bears are awakening in Trail and Rossland

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