Although Gig Harbor’s bear trailer is more than 30 years old, Sgt. Ted Jackson of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife says after preparing the bear trailer for use, it will still get the job done. The trap will be placed in the Kopachuck area, where most of the bear sightings and complaints have come from.
Although Gig Harbor’s bear trailer is more than 30 years old, Sgt. Ted Jackson of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife says after preparing the bear trailer for use, it will still get the job done. The trap will be placed in the Kopachuck area, where most of the bear sightings and complaints have come from. Veronica Foley Special to the Gateway
Although Gig Harbor’s bear trailer is more than 30 years old, Sgt. Ted Jackson of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife says after preparing the bear trailer for use, it will still get the job done. The trap will be placed in the Kopachuck area, where most of the bear sightings and complaints have come from. Veronica Foley Special to the Gateway

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