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Police in Hudson and Bergen counties on Tuesday continued to monitor the movements of a 300-pound black bear, which appeared to be making its way north through several towns. With three days to go, hunters appear likely to surpass last year's harvest of 225 in the October segment. Hours later on Monday night, North Arlington police sent out a Nixle alert saying the bear had been sighted near the Belleville Turnpike between River and Ridge Roads. The Department of Energy & Environmental Protection monitors reports of black bear activity in Connecticut. The 300-pound bear was first spotted near a Kearny Wawa on Saturday and was last seen Monday night in a North Arlington neighborhood, police said. As of 1 p.m. Sunday, there had been no additional sightings, Schimpf said. Cuomo extends eviction moratorium, but renters advocates say it's not enough.

"It's people on top of people," Schimpf said. Harrison police responded, and found the bear atop a garage at 1 Cleveland Avenue.

Murphy | Video, Rain puts damper on first day of NJ bear hunt, with numbers down by half from 2019, Aldi to open another location in North Jersey on Thursday, Your California Privacy Rights/Privacy Policy. Police in Kearny and North Arlington said they are continuing to monitor the bear’s movements and advised residents to stay indoors and alert police if they spot the animal. On Sunday, the bear was on the roof of a one-story building at Cleveland and Passaic Avenues according to Harrison police, who posted a photo to social media. Police notified the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife, which decided to let the bear roam. Kearny police began receiving reports of the bear near a Wawa around 4 p.m. Saturday and, later, near the Red Bull Arena in Harrison, not far from Newark. "I never had a bear sighting." This time, the bear was seen wandering on Cleveland Avenue near the bridge over the Passaic River that connects Harrison to Newark. Follow him on Twitter @TonyAttrino. SADDLE BROOK — A black bear was spotted Thursday morning near 4th Street and Outwater Lane in Saddle Brook, a day after a bruin was seen roaming through Lodi. New Jersey's six-day bow hunt for bears is scheduled to begin Monday morning at sunrise. Then around 3:30 a.m., another call came in. Three horses seen galloping on Paterson street on Wednesday night, NJ's bow season for bear hunters begins Monday with social distancing restrictions, scheduled to begin Monday morning at sunrise, please subscribe or activate your digital account today, Your California Privacy Rights / Privacy Policy. For unlimited access to the most important news from criminal trials to local lawsuits and insightful analysis, please subscribe or activate your digital account today. The Wildlife Division has been conducting a long-term study of the state's growing black bear population. In an email alert, Kearny police warned residents to stay indoors and said the New Jersey Department of Fish & Wildlife advised the town against trapping or tranquilizing the bear. Saddle Brook police spotted the bear shortly before 8 a.m. and advised residents who live in the area to be cautious. SADDLE BROOK — A black bear was spotted Thursday morning near 4th Street and Outwater Lane in Saddle Brook, a day after a bruin was seen … Select the link above to report your sighting. Black Bear Sightings. A bear was seen roaming by Red Bull Arena on Saturday night, and then perched atop a garage roof in Harrison around 3:30 a.m. Sunday. View a map of current sightings for black bears, bobcats, and moose.

Late Monday, North Arlington police said the bear was further north in the area of Belmount and Riverview avenues, near the river. They called the Port Authority Police Department and requested an animal control unit, and also notified the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife, Schimpf said. Kearny police on Monday said residents on Webster Avenue near the Passaic River reported the bear was making its way through yards in the Manor section of town. Below is a listing of bear reports received over the past year. The Harrison Police is advising residents to be aware of their surroundings and to contact the Harrison Police department if they encounter or see the bear. ATTENTION RESIDENTS: There have been multiple sightings of a black bear in the Harrison/Kearny area. Gov. There was a bear sighting in Clifton Springs Friday. Harrison is one of the most densely-populated towns in Hudson County, which is the most densely populated county in the United States. On the eve of the bow hunt, a black bear has been spotted wandering through Kearny and Harrison – two of the most densely populated towns in the state. The urban sightings coincide with the October bow and muzzleloader hunt for bears that is underway in parts of Bergen, Passaic, Morris, Sussex, Somerset, Mercer, Hunterdon and Warren counties.

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