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Bears, coyotes and raccoons on JBLM

Joint Base Lewis-McChord is home to many native species, including coyotes, raccoons and black bears. Some wildlife species are potentially dangerous or can cause problems, especially as Washington's human population expands into their habitat. The top three reasons for wildlife conflicts are: Trash Bird seed Pet food Family housing residents are encouraged to avoid leaving


Bears on JBLM - how to be safe

Joint Base Lewis-McChord is home to many native, wild animals including black bears. In spring, they are looking for food and that can bring them into contact with humans. The latest bear encounter was an adolescent bear that was found near the McChord Field Shoppette May 16. It was relocated

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